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Maximise EHDS impact on better health data sharing Hybrid in Brussels (Rue de l’Industrie 24, 1040 Brussels) and Online

European Health Data Space can have a very positive effect on health research, care and innovation but it is necessary that certain barriers are addressed to maximise these opportunities. 

The European Commission proposal for the European Health Data Space (EHDS) is intended to facilitate health data sharing and access for healthcare delivery (primary use of data) and health research and policy making (secondary use of data). During the meeting we will discuss the EHDS proposal, how it will affect health data sharing, best practices in relation to health data sharing, benefits for research, and barriers to health data sharing that should be addressed in the EHDS implementation.

Confirmed speakers include
  • Peter Arlett, Head of Data Analytics and Methods Task Force (EMA), Co-chair of Big data steering group
  • Guillaume Byk, Legislative Officer - Digital Health, European Reference Networks, European Commission
  • Shona Cosgrove, Project Researcher at Sciensano & TEHDAS WP5
  • Hans Juul Hedegaard, Head of Data Service Strategy, The Danish Health Data Authority
  • Giedre Kvedaraviciene, COCIR Digital Health Director
  • Nathalie Moll, co-chair of the EU Health Coalition, EFPIA Director General
  • James N’Dow, Adjunct Secretary General of Education of the European Association of Urology, Professor of Urological Surgery at the University of Aberdeen, Co-Chair Biomed Alliance Health Data taskforce
  • Claudia Pansieri, Researcher at CVBF - Consorzio per Valutazioni Biologiche e Farmacologiche
  • Laurent Saunier, European Commission
  • Gözde Susuzlu Briggs, Project Coordinator Data Saves Lives
  • Chris Walker, EFPIA Chair of the Digital Health Expert Group

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