DAY 1 | 30 November 2021 | Virtual Room Opens At 13:30 CET (GMT +01:00)
14:00 CET  Symposium Opening | Keynote Speech
With the support of the Scottish Government
14:30 CET  Enabling citizens to be in better control of their own data
Prepared with Matteo Melideo, Engineering Informatica & Director of the EHTEL Board
In partnership with the OPEN DEI and InteropEHRate projects.
Today, citizens are sharing a multitude of personal data. When they accept to share data, they often accept certain conditions of use and operation of which they are not always aware. This session will explore the opportunities offered by, and challenges of, two concrete examples of trust enforcement mechanisms which are often used in combination: data intermediaries and dynamic consent.
15:15 CET Session transition – Healthy Break: some yoga exercises 🧘
15:30 CET  Creating better health through citizens’ generated data
With the support of SITRA (Finland)
This session will focus on the six principles of the fair data economy to enable patient-centric health data sharing. It will focus on citizen-generated data and introduce a vision for a person-centric health data sharing.
16:40 CET Session transition - Break
16:50 CET  Digital health solutions and beyond – Getting people on board
Session prepared with Janne Rasmussen, MedCom, Denmark
This session provides a showcase of different ways in which to develop better integration of services. It offers examples of how countries and regions have responded to the needs of citizen-centred health and care systems based on digital technologies. It provides elements for a lively dialogue among experts and attendees from a variety of initiatives and projects that focus on where next with getting people on board.
17:30 Closing Day 1