This work stream is focused on strategies that can strengthen the processes and practices designed to protect healthcare related devices, systems and networks as well as the data within them, from security risks and cyber-attacks.
Argentina, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Hong Kong SAR, India, Portugal, South Korea, UK, U.S., Uruguay
The proposed work stream activity within this theme was focused upon sharing methods, insights and examples of digital health evaluation frameworks, concrete examples of lessons learnt from existing digital health benefits evaluations and strategies for rapid knowledge sharing across participant countries.
Argentina, Australia, Canada, Estonia, Hong Kong SAR, India, Italy, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, UK, US, Uruguay
The proposed work stream activity within this theme was focused upon two key areas, being the role of government in supporting innovation and development in digital health technology as a vehicle for health system reform, and the challenges of governments in addressing privacy and consent issues in the process of sharing health data and information with patients, clinicians and other organisations.
Argentina, Australia Canada, Italy, South Korea, Sweden , UK US, Uruguay
The proposed work stream activities within this theme focused upon the evolving challenges of sharing patient data between care providers, organisations, caregivers and patients. Interoperability challenges are partly a technical problem for health systems, clinicians and patients, however they also pose significant risks for patient safety, and detract from high quality coordinated care and the efficient delivery of services.
Argentina, Australia Austria, Canada, Hong Kong SAR, India, Italy, South Korea, Sweden , UK US, Uruguay
The proposed work stream activity within this theme was focused upon building an understanding of strategies that have worked to improve digital health literacy, and the role of co-design in addressing the needs of patients and clinicians in their efforts to use digital health technologies to support better health and care across countries.
Argentina, Australia Canada, Estonia Hong Kong SAR, India Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Singapore , UK, US, Uruguay
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The 4th Summit of Global Digital Health Partnership will take place at The Ashok Hotel, New Delhi, India.
The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, along with World Health Organization welcomes the participants and delegates of the “4th Summit of Global Digital Health Partnership” scheduled from 25-26 February, 2019 and “International Digital Health Symposium” on 27 February 2019, New Delhi, India
India led the Digital Health Resolution in the 71st World Health Assembly in April 2018 at Geneva & highlighted global attention to the potential, challenges and opportunities related to Digital Health Technology and need for close collaboration on the issue globally.
Digital Health has a great potential towards improvement of delivery of healthcare services. Health Ministry has rolled out large scale Information Technology systems in different areas of healthcare ecosystem in India for enabling the management and provisions of effective people centred health services to all. Our vision is to create integrated digital health platform and enable creation of electronic health record for 1.3 billion people of India.
Ms Anupriya Patel, Minister of State, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India
India’s National Health Policy outlines a robust framework towards achieving Health for All through the basic principles of accessibility, quality and affordability that leverages the power of information and communication technologies to strengthen the healthcare delivery systems. It is envisaged that India will have a digital health enabled Health and Wellness Centre model that leverages opportunities for continuum of care and for clinical decision making through technology enabled tools.
Mr Ashwini Kumar Choubey, Minister of State, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India
The Global Digital Health Partnership (GDHP) is an international collaboration of governments, government agencies and multinational organisations dedicated to improving the health and well-being of their citizens through the best use of evidence-based digital technologies..
Evidence and Evaluation
Clinical and Consumer Engagement