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Sitra and EHTEL are pleased to invite you to a joint webinar around the IHAN approach for trustfully personalised health services.

Traveling towards the 2019 Symposium, we are organising a number of preparatory reflections. 

Following the event Make data work for people’s health! which took place on 16 September, Sitra and EHTEL want to engage on dialogue with their guests once again.

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In this follow-up webinar we will have a very short recap on what IHAN is all about and how it works in practice including IHAN requirements and core functionality.

We will use again My Travel Health pilot as a practical example and deep dive into a governance through a Data Ecosystem Rulebook that includes business, technical, legal, data and ethical sections.

During the webinar, there will be plenty of time for interactions and questions.

What? Webinar for experts and decision makers in digital health

Where? Online event hosted by Sitra and EHTEL

When? Monday 28 October 2019 at 15.00−16.00 EET / 14.00-15.00 CET


Check out the programme on Sitra website

Register to the Webinar

Join the Webinar on Skype For Business

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We look forward to meeting you online and having a lively discussion on fair data economy.

Sitra
Jaana Sinipuro
Project Director

EHTEL
Marc Lange
Secretary General

Further information:

Saara Malkamäki
+358 40 586 3604
saara.malkamaki@sitra.fi

 

 


EHTEL's part in this collaboration supported by                                                                               
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EU project InteropEHRate funded by the 
European Union (EU) Horizon 2020 program
under Grant number No. 826106.
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Topics

data driven health, personalised health services, Digitalisation, healthcare, social care, health data, healthcare professionals, personal data, travellers, interoperability

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Date : 28/10/2019 Location : Online Time: 14:00 > 15:00 Register

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