Citizens' Health: connecting innovation-led e-health reforms to get outcomes that matter to patients


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This high-level round table aims at maintaining the momentum of the discussions from the informal EPSCO meeting on July 19-21 in Tallinn.

This event invites ministers, state secretaries, and director generals to meet once more in a different setting and to broaden the discussions about those involved in the healthcare sector, which includes: high-level representatives, big and small companies, insurers, hospitals, patients, research organisations, and universities.

The discussion focuses on three topics: the patient as a partner; the ideal healthcare system; and how innovation in e-health will lead to economic growth. Science|Business will publish a report of the conclusions, and include them in the Estonian Presidency health conference.


Tallinn University of Technology

Tallinn University of Technology, Ehitajate tee 5, 12616 Tallinn, Estonia

Last update 02/01/2018 14:39