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TEHDAS Stakeholder forum 2022

The TEHDAS joint action invites stakeholders across Europe to learn about the results of the project and to discuss the development of European Health Data Space. The hybrid event takes place on 14 June 2022 in Helsinki, Finland.

  • June 14, 2022 at 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • Messukeskus Helsinki Expo and Convention centre, Helsinki, Finland / online
  • #TEHDASforum, #healthdata

TEHDAS, the joint action Towards the European Health Data Space, advances more extensive use of health data across Europe. The project supports the European Commission’s aim in creating a harmonised internal market for health data. Our work has provided elements to the European Commission’s legislative proposal on the health data space and will continue to support further work related to the proposal.

We gather stakeholders from academia, business, public sector and NGOs to the Stakeholder forum on 14 June 2022 in Helsinki, Finland and online. 

The forum focuses on the current developments of the European Health Data Space. You will learn about the TEHDAS results related to barriers and enablers of health data use, data quality and infrastructure as well as citizens’ views on sharing health data. In addition to TEHDAS partners, a broad range of stakeholders will share their views.

The event is free of charge but requires prior registration. The forum is held as hybrid event. On-site registration is open until 31 May or until the maximum capacity has been reached.  

The forum is an official pre-event of HIMSS European Health Conference which takes place on 14-16 June 2022. Participating in TEHDAS Stakeholder forum does not require a HIMSS conference ticket. The conference is organised within the framework of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

Inquiries: tehdascoordination@sitra.fi

Read more about TEHDAS project.

Programme

10.00-13.00 EEST (Helsinki time) / 9.00-12.00 CEST

Messukeskus Helsinki Expo and Convention centre, Helsinki, Finland & online

9.30 EEST
Doors open & coffee
10.00 EEST (9.00 CEST)
Welcome words
Jyrki Katainen, President of Sitra & Former Vice-President of the European Commission
Moderators: Minna Hendolin, Leading Specialist, Sitra & Shona Cosgrove, Project Researcher, Sciensano
Greeting from the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union
Louisa Stüwe, Project lead, French EU Presidency at Ministry of Health – France
10.05
(9.05)
European health data space & TEHDAS overview
Markus Kalliola, Project Director & TEHDAS Coordinator, Sitra
10.15
(9.15)
Barriers and enablers of health data use
Michel Silvestri, Head of Unit, Swedish eHealth Agency

Introduction to TEHDAS results
Front row comments with stakeholders
Participants’ voice
10.35
(9.35)
Data quality and infrastructure
Sandra García Armesto, Executive Director, Institute of Health Sciences in Aragon

Introduction to TEHDAS results
Front row comments with stakeholders
Participants’ voice
10.55
(9.55)
Keynote: Data, innovation and the future of European health systems
Nick Fahy, Research Group Director for health and wellbeing, RAND Europe
11.05
(10.05)
Citizens’ role in European health data space
Rosie Richards, Assistant Director, NHS Confederation

Introduction to TEHDAS results
Front row comments with stakeholders
Participants’ voice
11.25
(10.25)
Break
11.55
(10.55)
Keynote: Does Europe need a Health Union?
Petra Wilson, Managing Director, Health Connect Partners
12.05
(11.05)
Panel discussion: Europe’s strategic autonomy in health data
Moderator: Petra Wilson, Managing Director, Health Connect Partners

Bert Verdonck, Program Manager Health Data Spaces and Gaia-X, Philips
Liisa-Maria Voipio-Pulkki, Leading Specialist, Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health
Nick Fahy, Research Group Director for health and wellbeing, RAND Europe
12.40
(11.40)
European health data space implementation
12.50
(11.50)
Closing words by Sitra & the Czech Presidency of the Council of the European Union
13.00 EEST (12.00 CEST)
Event ends

Programme is subject to changes.

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