Our friends at foraus are organising a Policy Kitchen event series on the topic of “My Data - My Health”. The workshop in Bern is planned on Monday, 24.08, with inputs from Adrian Schmid (eHealth Suisse) & Kerstin Denecke (Berner Fachhochschule). Would be great to have you with us! Please also spread the word a bit in your network.
Other workshop dates are:
- Geneva (25.08) Input: Christian Lovis (University Hospitals of Geneva; University of Geneva)
- Basel (26.08) Input: Katrin Crameri (Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB) & William Archey (Roche Pharma (Switzerland) AG)
- Zurich (27.08) Input: Alessandro Blasimme (ETH Zurich) & Marc Stoecklin (IBM Research - Zurich)
- Online (02.09) Input: Lisa Bachofen (Vereinigung Angehöriger psychisch Kranker- VASK Bern)
More background on the Policy Kitchen challenge here:
With the project «Health Data Governance: What’s in it for Switzerland?» we at foraus and Sensor Advice are conducting this discussion throughout Switzerland. We are exploring how the potential of new digital health technologies can be fully leveraged to benefit society, while addressing existing challenges related to data privacy and security. We want to examine to what extent health data governance at the global level could benefit public health and how Switzerland should position itself internationally on this topic. To find innovative governance solutions and get out of traditional thinking patterns, we are therefore inviting you to explore with us the future of healthcare and the use of personal health data.