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 will focus 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.

Location

Tallinn University of Technology

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

Last update 29/08/2017 13:10