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  • 02/06/2022

    EHTEL’s work on the European Health Data Space and citizen-centricity

    The European Health Data Space and citizen-centricity have been on EHTEL’s horizon for two+ years now. Following its 2019 EHTEL Thought Leaders Symposium, the European Health Data Space, health data ecosystems, and citizen-centric data-sharing were already also on the agenda.

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  • 22/06/2021

    Living with COVID-19: Norway’s lively developments in implementation and research

    With the support of EHTEL member, the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research.

    Using digital health: As early as October 2020, Norway was well aware of how its districts – especially the larger ones – could start to use connected health during the COVID pandemic.

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  • 17/06/2021

    Creating Data Spaces: A cross-domain perspective

    Powered by the OPENDEI project.

    What does it take to create and design data spaces? Can lessons be learned from a variety of domains? Design-wise for data spaces and platforms, what is common to the health, energy, manufacturing and agriculture domains? These are precisely the purposes of the OPENDEI Coordination and Support Action.

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  • 14/06/2021

    Improving eHealth implementation: Outcomes of the ImpleMentAll project

    Powered by the the ImpleMentAll project project, with the support of EHTEL member, the Mental Health Services Center in the Region of Southern Denmark.


    EHTEL members are engaged in some really interesting, practical developments.

    What helps innovation to move forward? The complexity of implementation processes in healthcare has prevented many clinical innovations from reaching routine practice, despite evidence of their effectiveness. The ImpleMentAll project (Jan 2017 – Mar 2021), led by long-standing EHTEL member the Region of Southern Denmark, was a European Horizon 2020 collaboration working to improve eHealth implementation.

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  • 14/06/2021

    Human Matters: hybrid care and digital mental health

    EHTEL often leads the field on ideas. The 2020 EHTEL Symposium featured a session on the role of digital mental health in contributing to improved health and community resilience, including talks by Marie Paldam Folker from the Centre for Telepsychiatry in the Region of Southern Denmark and Erik Van der Eycken from GAMIAN Europe. This sparked an interest in the fields of digital mental health and hybrid care from Healthmanagement.org, who invited the two organisations to contribute their thoughts and ideas to the “Human Matters” edition of the HealthManagement.org journal in April 2021.

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  • 17/05/2021

    Quick and quality-assured data in Norway

    With the support of EHTEL member, the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research
    Norway is working hard to improve the quality of patient data and the speed with which it can be retrieved. Research institutions can really help to enhance societally important elements of patient data. The Norwegian Centre for E-health Researchan EHTEL member, has made dramatic steps forward in this field, both announced in 2021.  

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