Digital health can be defined as “tools and services that use information and communication technologies (ICTs) to improve prevention, diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, and management of health-related issues and to monitor and manage lifestyle habits that impact health”. With a considerable slowdown in population growth, an acceleration in population aging, and an increase in citizens’ mobility in their professional, leisure, and holidays, Europe constitutes a multidimensional challenge for digital and health data that has only become more evident with the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. The multitude of solutions being developed or already on the market are bringing digital health to the daily life of EU citizens, but are these solutions answering their needs? Is health data being collected in appropriate ways and formats to allow better use and re-use?
Smart4Health coordination, UNINOVA, and Smart4Health partner, INTEROP-VLab, invite you to participate in the Smart4Health Health day on the 28th of June 2022 in Brussels (see program attached). The Health Day will be an opportunity to join different stakeholders with different perspectives in one forum of discussion. EU projects Smart4Health and Smart Bear will go deep into their developments and work together to implement a cross-project pilot to provide increased value to their participants. Also, several EU projects will share their ideas and developments in different Use cases on digital health. Together, we will discuss what is available and what is still missing to answer needs, concerns, and expectations regarding health data and digital health.
Participation is free but registration is mandatory on https://bit.ly/3Nce71z.