29 Jun Data sharing for a more self-sufficient healthcare system.
Recording from Webinar, June 24th 2020, 10.00 – 12.30 CET:
“How can sharing of data in the Nordics secure a more self-sufficient healthcare ecosystem when the next pandemic hits?”
The current pandemic has made us painfully aware of the vulnerabilities in our individual healthcare systems when pressure increases. How can sharing of data in the Nordics help us both better prepare for and handle another healthcare crisis? What are the technical and legal barriers?
During this seminar, we wanted to paint a picture of the benefits of making the Nordics the most integrated region in the world by 2030 as well as what is needed to take us there.
See the webinar below and the timestamps in the program give you an indication wherein the webinar you find the specific presentations.
Program and keynotes:
- 10.15- 10.30: Bogi Eliassen, Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies (CIFS):
“NH 2030 – From scenario to reality in 10 years?”
- 10.30-10.45: Svein Berg, Nordic Innovation:
“Most integrated region by 2030, – How to get there?”
- 10.45-11.00: Elena Bonfiglioli, Microsoft:
“Why the Nordics? Nordic potential in a global perspective “
- 11.00-11.15: Mikko Rotonen, Helsinki University Hospital (HUS):
“Data lake potential, – our HUS way of thinking.”
- 11.15-11.30: Louise Rosenlund Nielsen, DataSavesLives:
“Mapping Health Data in the Nordics. The data is there!”
- 11.30-12.00 Bjørn Ofstad/Hanne Gulbrandsen, Deloitte:
“Breaking down the legal barriers! – Nordic Legal Report”
- 12.00-12.15: Nordic Interoperability Project (N!P):
“Interoperability Showcase 2.0”