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High Level eHealth Conference 2015

Objective

Taking into account that, according to the priorities set by the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, it is intended to actualize the EU’s digital single market, e-governance and citizen’s e-skills improvement, as well as the security of information in the digital environment and internet freedom issues. Latvian Presidency wishes to promote a new concept – how we can increase patients’ participation in their own healthcare and emphasize the role that eHealth and mHealth have to play.

The High Level eHealth Conference collocated with the World of Health IT Conference & Exhibition (WoHIT) under the common title “eHealth Week 2015” provides a unique platform to bring together all the involved parties necessary for successful implementation of e-health and m-health - policy makers, high level global decision makers from public and private healthcare sectors, ICT solution developers, hospital and IT managers, healthcare professionals and patient groups from NGOs.

The general aim to the High Level eHealth Conference is to emphasize the importance of the patient involvement as the key enabler for better MS health systems. The conference High Level eHealth Conference also will fortify the cooperation among European regions, give the positive push to e-health further development at the whole Baltic and Nordic region and strengthen collaboration among the MS in healthcare sector.
Relevance to the Work Programme - HOA 3–2014/2015: Presidency events - eHealth.

Field of science

  • /medical and health sciences/health sciences/health care services/ehealth
  • /social sciences/political science/government systems/e-governance

Call for proposal

H2020-Adhoc-2014-20
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Funding Scheme

CSA - Coordination and support action

Coordinator

NACIONALAIS VESELIBAS DIENESTS
Address
31 Cēsu Str., K-3, 6.Entrance
LV-1012 Riga
Latvia
Activity type
Public bodies (excluding Research Organisations and Secondary or Higher Education Establishments)
EU contribution
€ 300 000