This workshop encourages members of EHTEL, and mHealth Hub and InteropEHRate project partners to explore a new opportunity to provide enhanced care value for patients and clinicians: the use of patient-generated health data captured through certified mobile health applications.
This event encourages members of the Innovation Initiative task force – with its focus on hybrid care – and all members of EHTEL to discuss what are the most effective strategies for developing new models of care, especially ‘hybrid care’.
Over the last weeks we've kept the community informed about several new policy directions. The good news is we are still on time to have an impact on the eHealth care of tomorrow.
A survey on digital skills: EHTEL member, Fundació TIC Salut, is working on a definition of digital competences for the healthcare workforce. You can help the foundation collect information about good practices and baselines around Europe through this questionnaire. Your responses are welcome until 30 April 2021 at the latest!
Meanwhile, keep an eye on our EHTEL website for lots more exciting news about innovative, new directions taken by the EHTEL community this spring. Many people are coming up with dynamic new solutions in the fight against the challenges of this past winter and COVID-19, a key item on the policy, practical, and industry agenda over the next years.
We look forward to sharing many more opportunities for involvement with you soon, and keeping you informed about the latest developments on the European front!
Read all the latest facts on core important digital health themes. In 2020 EHTEL produced a series of six factsheets, as the outcomes of a series of Imagining 2029webinars led by the EHTEL Working Groups and Task Forces. The six EHTEL factsheets are now easily available.
EHTEL is pleased to hear of the launch of a new European executive agency with its focus on both health and digital. Called the new Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA), it has a challenging ambition.
EHTEL member, SORESA, is working hard to deal with the COVID-19 emergency. SORESA and the Campania Region of Italy have cooperated to digitalise healthcare in Campania. The result was a digital platform called SINFONIA.
Over the past year various technological solutions have been deployed around the world to detect the close contacts of positive COVID-19 cases. To measure the impact of these applications, Fundació TIC Salut Social has carried out a study in different countries.
Digital health is enabling health and care systems to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. New EHTEL member, the Gruppo GPI has developed artificial intelligence-based system that identifies vulnerable individuals and prioritises their vaccination against COVID-19.