On April 28, 2022, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., the Institute of Medical Informatics at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin invites you to the digital event "Shaping DiGA & Interoperability Open to the Future".
In an interactive online format, the main findings of a study on the future of patient-centered, digital care flow with Digital Health Applications (DiGa) and their data will be presented. In a high-profile panel, Prof. Daniel Fürstenau, Associate Member at ECDF and researcher at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, among others, will venture a look into an interoperably designed future. Participants can also get actively involved via online polls and Q&A sessions.
The event will highlight the following open questions with representatives of key stakeholder groups:
- Making patient-centric care processes possible with DiGA - what requirements are necessary now?
- What does an open future design of the data infrastructure look like and which future visions of data use of DiGAs are conceivable and reasonable?
The event concludes the project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Health "DiGIOP - Making digital-supported care processes possible: Implementing interoperability between DiGA, assistive devices and ePA in a future-open way" officially concludes and is intended to provide an outlook on where the vision of DiGA interfaces can lead and in which format interested parties can get involved in the future.