There has never been a more crucial time for health and social care stakeholders to engage with each other to shape and influence emerging models of healthcare delivery through data and digital technologies
EHTEL members tell us that the main benefits they gain are:
🎓 Knowledge-sharing on digitally-based innovative services.
🤝 Opportunities to network, match-make and develop partnerships with our community of 5,000 digital health and care experts and innovators, in Europe and beyond.🌟 The showcasing of their work to other organisations, by being in the Spotlight.
Other benefits include:
🏛️ Engagement with European institutions’ staff members on policy matters related to the digital transformation of the health and care domain.
💡Answers to your questions from digital health experts, in the form of support from the EHTEL Secretariat.
📝 Precious insights into European policy and the possibility to influence the decision-making process through contributing to joint papers and publications.
🌐 EHTELconnect, a set of services built on the expertise of EHTEL’s multi-stakeholder membership and tailored to your individual needs.
Who can benefit from EHTEL membership?
- Public authorities, including health & care authorities, will obtain detailed insights into current digital health-related policies and their background. Monitoring activities and sharing lessons learned on digital health implementation will enable regional and national public authorities to avoid pitfalls and develop digital-health solutions successfully.
- Healthcare providers will improve their activities by gaining a faster understanding of emerging trends in digital health policy, patients’ views, technological developments, and access to good practices.
- Health insurers will benefit from detailed insights into novel technologies, which can enhance their information systems. Additionally, they will be able to assess the possible organisational and economic impacts of these technologies, and the opportunities they involve for new business models in health care.
- Healthcare professionals will be able to interact with a wide range of other stakeholders and explore many new opportunities to improve clinical practice.
- Digital health users, including citizens' organisations and patients' organisations, will learn lots to help them on which digital health apps and approaches to use. Non-governmental associations are among those that are active.
- Patients and citizens' organisations, including patients, citizens and consumers will be empowered by learning how to use digital health as a tool for better prevention and rehabilitation. They will contribute to shared decision-making and interact on policies at the local, regional, national, and European levels.
- Research and innovation institutions will obtain the tools and data to explore developments on the use of information and communication technologies for the improvement of healthcare tools and services ('digital health').
- Businesses, industry and eHealth solutions providers active in many different fields can get up-to-date on the demand for digital health technologies and on the many emerging trends in healthcare.
Find more information on EHTEL membership fees and on how to apply here.
🌎 EHTEL Members: a network in Europe and beyond
Have a look at our EHTEL Member page and see what types of stakeholders have joined us.
Explore in more detail EHTEL Members who are in the Spotlight.
Learn what our Members have to say about why they joined EHTEL and what their membership brings them.
Listen to MedCom Chief Consultant and manager of international activities, Janne Rasmussen, talk about the value of EHTEL for MedCom Denmark: