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SCIANA - THE HEALTH LEADERS NETWORK

Past Program

Overview

The unprecedented pace and scale of data-driven innovation in science and technology has given health system leaders a powerful set of tools to shape the future of health. However, delivering on the promise of this innovation in advancing predictive, preventive and personalized care raises difficulties and ethical questions.

While the rise of digital health and data-driven innovation offers an unparalleled opportunity to better diagnose, monitor and treat patients, questions remain around the sharing and use of data, such as how to promote digital solidarity so that data and technology support everyone, including the most vulnerable? What to do about racist (and biased) data algorithms informing clinical decision-making? What kind of health and genetic data sharing arrangement should there be with health payers and insurance?  Novel approaches to data governance are needed to address these questions and many more. 

With the 2020 European Strategy for Data, the European Union is making ground-breaking strides to ensure countries in the region are collectively equipped to better harness data insights, while upholding European values and rights.

This program is open to Sciana Network Members only.

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FOCUS AND KEY QUESTIONS

This Sciana webinar will introduce some of the latest developments in European data governance, and later explore ways Europe is advancing a new code of conduct around data ethics, transparency, solidarity, and privacy. In doing so, it will highlight how these EU measures will help the regions response to COVID-19 in national settings.  

Key questions:

1.         What are the most ground-breaking developments in European data governance?
2.         How is Europe advancing a modern social contract in the age of data?
3.         How are these governance measures supporting national responses to the pandemic?
4.         Where is collaborative leadership needed most to harness data for social good in health?

OBJECTIVE

Sciana members will gain valuable insight on:

•           The latest regional measures to achieve new levels of trustworthy and ethical forms of data access and use. 

•           Progress made across different sectors and countries to support data governance in health.  

•           Opportunities for collaboration and coalition building