Unlocking the power of digital health in the Nordics starts with separating the good from the bad, and Wednesday June 23rd, 11.00-12.30 CET, we take the pulse on the uptake of digital health in the Nordics.
The establishment of a common system for assessment and activation of digital health apps in the Nordics in the Nordic Digital Health & Medication Platform project, will help the citizens access quality health apps through channels they can trust, increase the uptake of digital solutions for both health- and preventive-care, and boost the digital health industry through the access to a Nordic wide marketplace for approved solutions.
One year into the project, Nordic Innovation has the pleasure to invite to a digital "pulse control" on the project and the status in the different Nordic countries.
The webinar will be held in English and on Zoom – and is free and open for everyone.
The webinar will be moderated by Nard Schreurs, CEO at EHIN.
|The bigger Nordic picture|
Rasmus Malmborg, Nordic Innovation
|The Nordic Digital Health & Medication Platform|
Anders Tunold-Hanssen, Nordic Interoperability Project
|Short status from the Nordic countries|
Representatives from the national eHealth authorities in the Nordic countries.
|Panel debate: How to secure Nordic scalability of national ideas and solutions?|
Confirmed country representatives:
- Ole Kristian Storli, Avd. velferdsteknologi og rehabilitering, Helsedirektoratet
- Ann Granqvist, utreder Digital Helse, eHälsomyndigheten
- Jari Haverinen, Senior Planning Officer, FinCCHTA
- Kristoffer Kjærgaard Christensen, Specialkonsulent, ph.d., Data, Infrastruktur og Cybersikkerhed, Sundhedsministeriet
About the Digital Health & Medication Platform project
The overall objective of the Nordic Digital Health & Medication Platform project is to establish and operate a Nordic marketplace for accreditation and distribution service for digital health apps within the healthcare and the preventive care segment in the Nordic region.
The project aims to help citizens access quality health apps through channels they can trust, increase the uptake of digital solutions for both health care and preventive care, and boost the digital health industry through the access to a Nordic wide marketplace for accredited solutions.
The project is co-funded by Nordic Innovation as part of our Health, Demography and Quality of Life program and contributes to towards making the Nordic region the most sustainable and integrated health region in the world by 2030.