⇒ Benefits for people, health care systems and the economy
⇒ New opportunities to transform the way people receive and provide health and care services
⇒ Innovative approaches for independent living
⇒ New and more efficient ways of accessing, communicating, and storing information
⇒ Bridge the information gaps between health professionals and the communities they serve
1. Citizens’ secure access to their health data, including across borders.
2. Personalised medicine through shared European data infrastructure, allowing researchers and other professionals to use resources (data, expertise, computing processing and storage capacities) across the EU.
3. Citizen’s empowerment with digital tools for user feedback and person-centred care using digital tools to empower people to look after their health, stimulate prevention and enable feedback and interaction between users and healthcare providers.