The symposium's conversations will be anchored on the well-being of European societies through health promotion and prevention policies. Participants will explore how user-driven digitisation is delivering benefits to empower different stakeholders in health, such as:
- Consumers and patients
- Healthcare managers and providers
- The health workforce.
The symposium will thus cover the three priority pillars set out by the European Commission in its recent Communication. Further debates will focus on how artificial intelligence and machine learning systems can contribute to these policies.
On the third day of the conference a matchmaking event is organised in close collaboration between EHTEL, the Reference Sites Coordination Network as well as the WE4AHA and SCIROCCO projects. Methodologies developed by these two EU-funded projects will be leveraged.