Health data might be the ”new gold” or “new oil”, but it also contains the most valuable and personal data we have. At this moment, even in the Nordics we still struggle to share the data within our healthcare systems. Where are the data, who owns them, and how can we use them? Three representatives of the Nordic countries Danmark, Finland and Norway share their visions.
The Danish health data (the Danish Goldmine?) – now and in the future
A presentation of the Danish health data landscape following with a presentation of coming initiatives. Finally a few words to our international activities in the field of secondary use of data.
- Jan Poulsen, avdelingsleder, Sundhedsdata-styrelsen
- Minna Hendolin, Leading Specialist, The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra
Helseregistre: en forutsetning for å håndtere en pandemi
- Ingvild Eide Graff, Fagdirektør Helsedata, FHI
Moderator: Guro Meldre Pedersen