Opinion Factsheet  

Digitalisation in the Health Sector

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Opinion Number: CDR 2838/2018
Group: EPP (European People's Party)
Commission: NAT
Status: Adopted
Date: 07/02/2019
 
The European Committee of the Regions

calls on the Commission to promote the alignment between European, national and regional digital plans, strategies and funding in order to complete the large-scale roll out of integrated, digital and people-centred care services;
calls on the EU co-legislators to increase the proposed budget allocations for the digital transformation in Europe in the EU Multiannual Financial Framework for the 2021-2027 period;
suggests that the Commission should go further than developing a European format for the exchange of electronic medical records and promote a fully-fledged European electronic health record;
calls on the Commission to work towards closing the gap in terms of access to ICT services in disadvantaged areas;
urges the Commission to assess the possibility of assigning a unique identifier to genetic studies carried out on European citizens for clinical reasons and urges also Member States to sign the declaration "Towards access to at least 1 million sequenced genomes in the EU by 2022";
calls on the Commission to promote better coordination between regions, the public and private sectors (including eHealth SMEs), research bodies and other players involved in eHealth.
THE EUROPEAN COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS



- calls on the Commission to promote the alignment between European, national and regional digital plans, strategies and funding in order to complete the large-scale roll out of integrated, digital and people-centred care services;

- calls on the EU co-legislators to increase the proposed budget allocations for the digital transformation in Europe in the EU Multiannual Financial Framework for the 2021-2027 period;

- suggests that the Commission should go further than developing a European format for the exchange of electronic medical records and promote a fully-fledged European electronic health record;

- calls on the Commission to work towards closing the gap in terms of access to ICT services in disadvantaged areas;

- urges the Commission to assess the possibility of assigning a unique identifier to genetic studies carried out on European citizens for clinical reasons and urges also Member States to sign the declaration "Towards access to at least 1 million sequenced genomes in the EU by 2022";

calls on the Commission to promote better coordination between regions, the public and private sectors (including eHealth SMEs), research bodies and other players involved in eHealth.

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