European Commission proposals to promote healthcare data exchange in EU
Efforts to increase the data storage and fulfilling services done by European Commission claims its beneficial for the long run.
The European Commission is all set to elevate the availability of data for various reasons. Healthcare, which is the backbone of any economy, would be highly benefited if data availability is brought to a higher level. Also, job creation and employment opportunities to people, economic growth, financial sector improvisation and better business traits are some of the reason for the same.
In recent news, Vice-President of the Digital Single Market Andrus Ansip said that digital single market cannot attain the required shape and level until and unless proper amount of data is made available to the groups for better analysis and research.
With an adequate amount of data in possession, the advanced sectors like artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, and other technological advances could flourish, ultimately benefiting the mankind on a long run.
Data-driven innovation enables easy access of data to citizens and managing their health data is ameliorated, research related aspects are also improvised with data, prevention of diseases, as well as health system changes, are also done in a better way.
Highlighting the importance of data-driven innovations, the Vice President also emphasized on smart use of data which includes transport facilitation, healthcare as well as education field. Digital single market project aims to help crucial businesses, high-level research.
Citizens and businesses would possess better data strategies and innovation as the digital single market gets implemented. Patient care, easy prescriptions, and diagnosis, disease prevention, patient-centered medical treatment as well as swift action to pandemic threats can be made viable with data-driven innovations and digital single market strategy at our side.
All the data related to healthcare field or any other crucial data of the citizens would now be stored and made available for various research work or analytical issues.
The proposals based on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) would ensure that every data is stored which would be beneficial for both the patients as well as the commission in known cases of pandemic or diseases affecting the whole nation.
Data-driven technology for citizen made possible by usage of bigger and wider data sets to enable personalized diagnosis and medical treatment, anticipation, and prediction of pandemics; promotion of adequate and skilled digital tools for the same, which makes the commission use the data more concomitantly and effectively.
The proposal and projects also take into account the ability to exchange technical information of digitalized health records as well as a method for voluntarily coordinating the data- including the gene related information- which makes disease prevention possible.
Hence, data-driven innovations are a boon for the health, economic, financial as well as business sectors. Research related analysis, pandemic threats as well as medical derangements can also be known if the proper amount and quality of data belonging to citizens are kept in possession.
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