Be well equipped for an innovative future
Health care providers are facing ever greater challenges. Judicious use of health data reinforces you to face our increasingly complex health and care environment.
Be ready for new opportunities
- Deliver safe, personalised and evidence-based care
- Optimise care coordination and care pathways
- Embrace and evidence better health outcomes and value-based health care
- Participate in clinical studies so as to accelerate new medical advances and open up new revenue streams
Create trust in larger networks
- Be confident and create confidence when exchanging health data with stakeholders and partners
- Be reassured when receiving and relying on health data from a diversity of medical technology devices
- Prepare your organisation for demands to demonstrate your privacy-compliant data handling
The privacy-compliant use of high-quality and trustworthy health data and systems is crucial to embrace these opportunities
Health care providers:
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Be confident of the quality of your health data
Get the right insights
Learning from the health data that is stored in your patients’ EHRs is the foundation for clinical, operational and strategic decision-making.
The quality of your decision-making is linked to the quality of your health data. However, the quality of this data is not always what you might expect.
Benchmark your dataset for specific reuse purposes
Gain the confidence of research companies
You want to scale up your opportunities to participate in clinical research so as to offer your patients access to innovative medical advances and to enable your clinicians to stay at the top of their game.
However, real-world health data is often not fit for purpose.
You will be more eligible to participate in clinical trials if pharmaceutical and other research companies are reassured that your patient population fits their needs.
We verify that your data is fit for purpose
Comply with all data protection regulations
Create clarity and alignment
Health data is the most personal and sensitive information. Its use is tightly governed.
GDPR compliance is a challenge that has to interplay with other aspects of information governance such as ethics, security and contractual obligations.
In addition, the assurance of the processes, tools and practices that are in force when using a health ICT system is essential.
And finally, you want to educate your staff to ensure they understand and adhere to your practices and policies.
We conduct conformity assessments against a unique set of European criteria
We organise GDPR tutorials
Produce the necessary quality labels
Create certified trust
There is a growing demand from individuals and businesses alike to see evidence of the quality and trustworthiness of health data and health data handling.
As a neutral body, i~HD can help produce the necessary evidence by conducting assessments and issuing different types of quality labels that showcase an organisation’s accountability.
We award seals and certificates
Be part of an innovative health data community
Connect and collaborate
Get in touch with other health data stakeholders, discover novel approaches, learn from each other and boost collaboration to maximise joint value from health data.
Participating in our events and joining our neutral European multi-stakeholder institute means being part of a health data community where you can showcase your expertise, propose initiatives and work out solutions.