Fair data ecosystems create future business opportunities. The shift from value chains to platform economies and then towards open ecosystems is vital for Finnish ecosystems to compete globally. Pioneering organisations in health sector are already entering the fourth phase of the data economy: moving towards data-based shared services created with ecosystem partners.
As part of Sitra’s Health data 2030 project, we organised together with the ECHAlliance an online workshop which focused on the new fair data economy business models in health. The workshop was held on Wednesday 26 January 2022 at 10-12.00 EET. It was the third workshop in Sitra’s ecosystem workshop series.
The aim of the workshop was to share best practices and knowledge from European Ecosystems with participants and learn how to overcome obstacles in health data ecosystems. Providing food for thought and tools to increase the competitiveness of Finnish health data ecosystems by means of a fair data economy was at the core of the workshop.
In the workshop, participants
- learned from the experiences of European health data ecosystems – challenges, success factors, lessons learned and future development plans
- evaluated ecosystem business model maturity in Finnish health sector
- discussed and shared ideas on how to create more value for ecosystem participants, scale internationally and make ecosystems thrive
The workshop was aimed at decision-makers, researchers, companies, funders, public authorities, public entities, NGOs and other ecosystem actors in health sector, as well as others interested in the topic.
The language of the workshop was English.
Read the Summary_Fair data economy business models in health ecosystems (PDF) and watch the recording of the presentations. The recording is available until 15.2.2022.