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UK can grow. Rich diversity. Excellent industry. The worlds largest market. Bright ideas. Set up in Europe Sell to the world. Innovative vigorous R&D. In Digital Europe. 27 Member States 501M inhabitants GDP 2009 $16.5 trillion (Per capita $33,000). European Union.

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uk can grow
UK can grow

Rich diversity

Excellent industry

The worlds largest market

Bright ideas

Set up in EuropeSell to the world

Innovative vigorous R&D

In Digital Europe

european union
27 Member States

501M inhabitants

GDP 2009 $16.5 trillion (Per capita $33,000)

European Union
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United Nations Population Division, World Population Prospects, 2004 Revision (Medium Variant, Shared Scaling)

health care heading for crisis
Health care : heading for crisis?
  • Increasingly expensive care
    • Demanding & informed patients
  • Increasing elderly population
    • Relative decrease in resources (fewer taxpayers)
  • Fewer health care professionals
  • Health care as a (European) Human Right
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EU27

  • USA: only 20-25% of practices use Computers
  • UK, Denmark, Estonia , Finland : 95% to 99%
  • EU eHealth market ~ €15 Billion, ~1.5 %Health expenditure
current issues
Current issues
  • Variable levels of success
  • Design & Usability
  • Clinical and Patient Governance
  • Acceptance & trust
  • Legal and Ethical clarity
  • Fragmentation & silos
eu 2020 and the digital agenda
EU 2020 and the Digital Agenda
  • Undertake pilot actions to equip Europeans with secure online access to their medical health data by 2015 and to achieve by 2020 widespread deployment of telemedicine services;
  • Propose a recommendation defining a minimum common set of patient data for interoperability of patient records to be accessed or exchanged electronically across Member States by 2012
achieving the dae

Long term R&D

Digital ‘Me’Paradigm shift

Policy & Deployment

eHealth Governance

Epsos – the European Patient Summary Interportal interchange

Renewing Health –Telemedicine

Achieving the DAE

Basic

research

Mid term R&D

Patient participation & guidance systems

Building EU info-structure under governance

Deployment

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Time to results

ehealth governance
eHealth Governance
  • Member States High level eHealth Governance
    • Stakeholder involvement
    • Cooperation at Operational, Strategic & High Political levels
    • Standards, semantics, identification, legal issues, trust and acceptance
  • Decision makers informed by operational projects

 Evidence based policy making

telemedicine
Telemedicine
  • Technologies and usefulness well established
  • Sustainable and accessible health care
  • Liability, financing, payment
    • New business models
  • Renewing health
    • Ongoing large scale European Pilot
first put the patient at the centre
“First, put the patient at the centre” *
  • Patient & carer interaction with social and health care
  • Patients contribute to their health
  • European Citizens’ establishment & mobility
  • Inter Mediation for interoperability
  • Open Inter-operable systems & standards

* As Berwick reminded the NHS

first steps interportal interchange
First Steps: Interportal Interchange
  • Bring together existing European Patient Portals
    • Compare and contrast successes and failures
    • Investigate sharing of records between systems
    • Provide mobile access
    • Explore ‘translation’
  • Prepare a large scale pilot
    • Platform for European Patient Centred Services
united kingdom ehealth
United Kingdom eHealth
  • Unique – NHS
    • Major large scale projects in all 4 systems
    • Compare and contrast
  • Unique – World leader through NpFit
    • Share the lessons learnt from difficulties and successes
    • Healthspace SCR is a precursor to European Patient services
  • Very Strong academia
  • Very Strong industry
united kingdom role in europe
United Kingdom Role in Europe
  • Lead & contribute
    • Values, Vision and Communication
    • Governance
    • Road mapping
    • Innovate in Pre Commercial Procurement
  • Very Strong academia
    • A leading role in Europe - The new Renaissance
    • Research (Information representation, EHR & VPH)
  • Very Strong industry
europe in the united kingdom
Europe in the United Kingdom
  • Funding for R&D and Deployment
  • The worlds most dynamic market
  • Learn from others
  • Clinical, industrial, governmental and academic synergy
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Be part of it

  • Send us your ideas at http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/digital-agenda/survey/
thank you
Thank you!

Digital Agenda for Europe

http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda