What are these panels and why are they vital for the future of health and healthcare?
Real-world data holds valuable information that can give us better health and a better quality of life. To tap into this potential, healthcare organisations, government, industry and academia alike need to be able to handle this mountain of data in the right way. This is more easily said than done and will take a collective effort.
How can we reuse health and health-related data in the best possible way? And what is needed to do so at the scale we require? To answer that complex question, a series of panels is organised in the autumn of 2022. This way new and existing initiatives to enable access to health data can be better aligned to each other.
Representatives of key stakeholders from across the Belgian healthcare landscape are invited.
Who organizes these panels?
The round tables are not organised by one single organisation.
So who are "we"? We are a multi-stakeholder collective of individuals from across the Belgian healthcare landscape. Each of us has their own background, but also shares the same belief: data saves lives and collaboration is key.
With this initiative we want to help accelerate the (re)use of real-world data in healthcare, in the interest of individual members of the public or patients and of public health. Our next step is to open up this movement to the wider healthcare ecosystem.
When and where are these panels?
A total of 7 panels will be organised between November and the middle of December. 5 panels will be organised in physical locations, 2 will be hosted online. Each panel will host maximum 10 participants and will take around 3 hours.
9 November 2022 @ AZ Klina, Antwerpen
14 November 2022 @ AZ Delta, Roeselare
28 November 2022 @ UHasselt, Hasselt
9 December 2022 @ VOKA Brussel
16 December 2022 @ De Krook Gent