Finland and Israel share very similar healthcare systems and both countries have recently been developing more collaborative, data-driven infrastructure to boost medical research and drive more patient-centric healthcare. This both physical and virtual event will be centred on sharing the best practices, early experiences, lessons learned, and future developments of the secondary uses of medical data.
Time: 10 March 2022, 16:00 – 18:00
Place: Onsite and online
Finland and Israel went through healthcare patient data related legislative changes in 2019 (Finland) and 2018 (Israel). After this, countries have been developing more collaborative and data-driven infrastructure and platforms, to boost medical research and drive more patient-centric healthcare with data.
Although both countries have selected different data management strategies in their healthcare systems (centralized/Finland vs. decentralized/Israel), the learnings, variety of data and future developments open knowledge exchange and business opportunities for digital health companies in various fields.
Visit the event website for more information and to register.
This event is organised by the Embassy of Finland in Tel Aviv in partnership with Start-Up Nation Central.
Source: The Embassy of Finland in Tel Aviv