TEHDAS stakeholders stress urgency of data sharing for improving the health of Europeans
The first TEHDAS Stakeholder forum gathered over 450 participants online from across Europe on 27 October. The discussions highlighted the need for common European guidelines for health data access and use and closer collaboration with individuals.
“One of the things we are lacking for more digital health co-operation is a true Health Union. It’s much broader and bigger than solving a pandemic. It’s making sure everyone has access to, for example, same quality level cancer screenings regardless of where they are”, said Henrique Martins, Associate Professor at Lisbon University Institute.
EJD took part in this high-level event.
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