The Digital Health Society movement has designed an ambitious research and innovation programme for health and wellbeing in Europe, enabled by key support activities and involving the EU citizens and the whole society.
Its purpose is not to define each project or initiative but to define a mission target and to describe the components of the programme to reach this goal.
The mission aims to develop a series of support activities and research & innovation projects, driving to collect the data (relevant for health purpose) of 100 million European citizens, by 2027, and make them available (under conditions) for the purposes of:
The DHS mission aims to be able to collect all data (genome, clinical, behavioural and environmental data) around each citizen ensuring the compliance with data protection regulation and security.
It also targets a free flow of these data across Europe (cross-border) and their availability for healthcare systems and research through platforms with legal and privacy principles respecting the citizens’ rights.
The EU citizens will be fully digitally connected if the communication is enabled in both senses: from the citizens to the system and the research, and from the system to the citizens in order to empower them as co-managers of their health and wellbeing.
The absence of such large cohorts of citizens’ data sets is currently a challenge to develop high-level researches and ground-breaking innovations for health, taking advantages from the most advanced technologies including:
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