The Nordic countries hold a unique position. With health data covering 27 million people, we can become a world-leading health innovation region for the benefit of patients and society. Since 2017, the Data Saves Lives partnership has presented specific and value-creating solutions that improve overview and access to Danish health data. Our solutions have been enrolled in the national health data strategy in Denmark and are now being implemented. Join us to learn about our partnership and discuss how we can improve overview and access to health data across the Nordic borders. Agenda: 1.Data Saves Lives’ results and focus areas by Henning Langberg, Director Data Saves Lives and Professor, University of Copenhagen (20 mins). a.Presentation of specific solutions that create overview and access to health data (e.g. danishhealthdata.com) and the collaboration with more than 25 partners incl. businesses, public authorities, researchers and patient associations. 2.Presentation of current Nordic health data trends and initiatives by Anne-Katrine Nielsen, Business Development Manager, Data Saves Lives (15 mins). a.Health data strengths in the Nordic countries. b.Nordic data maps and access points. c.Synthetic data. 3.Plenary Session: Discussions of three specific solutions for next steps (20 mins): a.Common landing page for Nordic data maps (metadata catalogues). b.Cross-Nordic forum for exchange of experiences. c.Proof of concept showing the value of combining health data across the Nordics.
Verktyg för implementering
Chef/Beslutsfattare, Politiker, Tekniker/IT/Utvecklare, Forskare (även studerande), Patientorganisationer/Brukarorganisationer
Välfärdsutveckling, Personcentrering, samverkan över organisationsgränser, Styrning, Innovativ/forskning, Juridik, Informationssäkerhet
Gitte Kjeldsen Föreläsare
MedTech Innovation Consortium
Senior Project Manager with 11 years of experience with public-private innovation projects within the healthcare sector. 5 years of experience with building a research project with healthcare data from the different sectors and registers in order to get more knowledge about preventable admissions. 14 research projects is currently part of the program. Focus has been on building a legal and ethical model that can also be used for developing AI solutions. .