Electronic health records made easy for patients to manage
The electronic health record (EHR) collects, systematises and stores patient data in a digital format in order to improve healthcare systems. However, there is a low level of systems interoperability in Europe since data are collected in different silos and managed under converging security and safety conditions. This creates legal hurdles in the availability of data. The EU-funded InteropEHRate project will reverse trends by ensuring that health data are available when and where needed. It will provide patients with full control in usage and routes of their medical information through device-to-device and peer-to-peer protocol standards. It will also outline a set of new protocols for secure and cross-border exchange of medical evidence.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action
151 23 Marousi