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The first EHTEL/ELO Network factsheet of the Imagining 2029 work programme highlights the roles of eHealth competence centres, and more broadly of Member States in Europe, on moving forward their agendas towards European Health Data Spaces while maintaining trust and data sovereignty for citizens and patients.

It has as a starting point the virtual ELO Network virtual meeting hosted by EHTEL on 22 May 2020, led by ELO Co-Chair Vesa Jormanainen of THL (Helsinki, Finland).






27 November 2020

1st EHTEL/ELO Network Factsheet:

From the European Strategy for Data
to Health Data Spaces

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Today, there is a drive towards implementing European Member States’ digital health strategies and digital health legislation. As a result, national and regional eHealth competence centres are instrumental in bringing digital health services to citizens and patients across Europe.

The European strategy for data aims at creating a single market for data that will safeguard Europe’s global competitiveness and digital sovereignty. Common European data spaces will ensure that more data becomes available for use in the economy and in society, while keeping in control the individuals and companies that generate the data.


- Learn more about Imagining 2029 work programme

- Discover ELO Network agenda for 2020: Moving Towards European Health Data Space(s)

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