Archive: 'Dec 2019' :

A newly published report by LinkedIn concludes that while Europe has a relatively smaller pool of Artificial Intelligence (AI) talent compared to the US, it has strong ecosystems in place – driven by large, well-established companies in the industrial champions in Member States. With the right investments in training, further strengthening AI hubs and diversifying […]

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Introduction The EU Health Coalition welcomes the publication of the 2019 edition of the State of Health in the EU country profiles and companion report.[1] Assessing and benchmarking health system performance, with focus on their ability to deliver better health for citizens and patients, is an important tool for creating public awareness of the role and […]

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The Digital Health Society  Summit in Helsinki  11 & 12 December 2019 “ Connecting Digital Health & Data Initiatives in Europe” Last week we held the first DHS Summit in Finland under the patronage of the Finnish Presidency of the Council of the Council of Europe. The first day was focused on the Finnish Digital […]

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At the Digital Health Society (DHS) Summit “Connecting Digital Health & Data Initiatives in Europe” we announced the release of our Global Health Connector tool, which has been made available for our members.  The Global Connector tool provides a visual representation of our 28 regionally focussed, permanent multi-stakeholder partnerships. One of the ECHAlliance members Aitia (formerly HSD Estonia) […]

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The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) published a new report on “Pseudonymisation Techniques and Best Practices”, which explores the basic notions of pseudonymisation, as well as technical solutions that can support implementation in practice. In the light of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the challenge of proper application of pseudonymisation to personal data […]

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Our vision is to Increase people’s welfare through a flexible and transparent network on regional, national and international level. Bring together academia, public sector, industry and NGOs in co-creating human centered, smart, efficient welfare technology solutions in the region of Ostrobothnia. Our aim is to: To foster a collaborative innovation-friendly environment and take on joint […]

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  Västerbotten Health Ecosystem is a network connecting regional government, city councils, companies, funders & insurers, health and social care professionals, research/innovation centers and universities, patients/citizens representatives and investors to create a community that exchanges knowledge and learning, and creates opportunities for collaboration, research and innovation that will improve the way health and care is […]

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