Pan European Data Project To Support Medical Research

I’ve written extensively about the enormous benefits we can derive from the more effective usage of patient data, whether from an individual patient perspective, a healthcare providers perspective, a policy makers perspective or a medical research perspective.

There have been some fascinating projects that move us slowly towards such a goal, not least of which is the data sharing partnership between Finland and Estonia that was announced earlier this year.

The plans have been in gestation for a while, with an announcement made last summer to develop a roadmap for data sharing between the two countries, with an eventual platform created for the automatic exchange of data in various fields, including population registers, e-prescriptions and social benefit data.

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