End of August Days of eHealth were organised as part of the Slovenian Presidency to the Council of EU. In four days a lot of insight was offered about healthcare digitalization in Catalonia, Germany, Portugal, Slovenia, Israel and Finland. In the previous episodes, I published the panel discussions about Germany and Catalonia. This is the panel about Israel.
Israel has had electronic healthcare records for two decades, in 2018. A country of 9 million people, attributes 7,5% of its GDP to healthcare and is home to roughly 1,500 companies operating in the healthcare and life sciences. In the panel discussion you will learn about the national digital health strategy in Israel, how to Health Maintainance Organisations, Government, and Hospitals collaborating to advance healthcare. You will also learn a little bit more about Slovenia with two representatives of the Slovenian healthcare ecosystem.
Esti Shelly, Director, Digital Health at Ministry of Health Israel
Michael Halberthal, General Director of Rambam Health Care Campus
Noa Kedem, Deputy Director, Digital health unit (Medical Informatics) at Maccabi Health Services
Jurij Šorli, CEO of the Hospital Topolšica (Slovenia)
Bogdan Tušar, Acting Director General, Directorate for the Development of the Health System, Ministry of Health, Slovenia
Recap of roundtables at Days of eHealth: https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/days-of-ehealth-healthcare-digitalization-in-catalonia-germany-finland-and-israel
The European Patient Forum’s Congress happening during 26-29 October: https://epfcongress.eu/