"Putting Real World Evidence in Practice: A European Outlook on Real World Evidence in a Global Context" || WHEN: 16 March 2023 || WHERE: Jaarbeurs, Utrecht, The Netherlands || The GetReal Institute is pleased to announce its inaugural Annual Conference taking place on the 16th of March 2023 in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
WHEN: 26 January 2023 (Online) || As much as vaccines are emotionally and politically tied to the COVID-19 pandemic, and as much as we want to move past the pandemic era and towards a brighter future, it is critical that we bring our vaccination ecosystem forward with us, because effective routine vaccination programmes remain a cornerstone of a healthy Europe. This event will bring together a range of perspectives and provoke collaborative discussion about how we can collectively shape the future of vaccination in Europe.
The aim of this summit was to demonstrate the importance of the quality of healthcare data, how to measure data quality and how to improve it. Whether for primary use or secondary use, data quality is a universal requirement. It is the most important real-world data challenge. Data without quality can neither contribute value nor serve any useful purpose.
To which organisations, to which kinds of health data and for what processing purposes does the GDPR apply, how does it constrain what do you are permitted to do and how can you ensure that you comply with it?
On May 6, 2021, I~HD, In4care, the hospital network CUROZ and City of Aalst organised an online event focussed on the digitisation of health care in Belgium. i~HD has its own dedicated session: Are we aware how much we can learn from health data gained via mobile apps? Assuring trust in the re-use of mobile health-data now, to enhance tomorrow’s healthcare!
Interventions involving medicinal products are a central element of health care. UNICOM is a European health innovation project promoting the IDMP (Identification of Medicinal Products) standards. Dipak Kalra and Robert Vander Stichele contributed to the UNICOM webinar on 21 April: Towards Medicinal Products Data Global Interoperability: Why should we strive for it?