COCIR at European level and DITTA at international level are contributing to the global transformation of healthcare and are continuing building awareness on importance of highly innovative medical technologies and articulating the critical role of digital health.
We are proud for having launched this week in Malta two key publications, one on importance of interoperability, a joint effort together with IHE and PCHA. Another one referring to a Digital Roadmap to support the Blueprint initiative, in our role of Blueprint champion. We have also actively participated in Malta to the growing discussion on Data Protection Regulation which will become effective in May 2018.
In Geneva, we have been also very active as DITTA was speaking in many sessions. Click here to access to sessions we’ve been speaking at.
Very strategically welcomed this morning we presented at the plenary meeting the crucial role of medical and digital technologies via our ‘DESTINY’ approach and emphasised importance of multi-stakeholder efforts, articulated through the following (1) Diversity of Disease, User, Patient, Region (2) Entrepreneurial (business model, long term) (3) Social (approx. 40% of population un/underserved) (4) Technology: intelligent, intuitive, disruptive (5) Investment Long term (6) New Partners: NGO, providers, patients, government (7) Young: Evolving innovation paradigm.
While referring to the critical role of standards to support regulatory framework around the globe we issued a Paper.
Click here if you want to know more on DITTA presence at Global Forum.
Next week COCIR will be present at the B20 Health Conference in Berlin on 18 May so…
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12 May 2017