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 Research, an EHTEL member, has made dramatic steps forward in this field, both announced in 2021.
This is absolutely the time when our insights and opinions as European citizens are needed. Co-design and co-production are to the fore.
DigitalHealthEurope is a dynamic European coordination and support action. It is working to ensure that platforms and spaces are available for all kinds of stakeholders to work together on the next futures in digital transformation in health and care in Europe.
In November 2020, the Standing Committee of European Doctors (CPME) Board adopted the “CPME Policy on Digital Competencies for Doctors". Its puts into perspective where we are today in terms of digital competencies of healthcare professionals and what the profile of future doctors should look like.
EHTEL member, The Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre (DHI) has established a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Federación Española de Empresas de Tecnología Sanitaria (Fenin), with the aim of identifying, developing and delivering innovation in digital health and care for both partners, their respective networks and countries (Scotland and Spain).
Over the past year and in the context of the SARS-Cov-2 pandemic, various technological solutions have been deployed around the world to detect close contacts of positive COVID-19 cases.