Data management means that an organization can share, protect, use, and be accountable for the data it needs for value creation. Service providers in the health and care domain understand the importance of data management, but may experience problems to
• understand where their data lives and how to access it;
• put in place safeguards to protect data from threats of inappropriate use;
• develop the right processes and capabilities to manage data life cycle.
The workshop is designed collect and share guidance on effectively managing data assets and creating value for all stakeholders in the ecosystem. Participants are invited to reflect on the data management functions in health innovation and scale-up. The workshop collects input to formulate guidance for service providers in health and care domain.
12:00 - 12:05 Introduction
Piret Hirv, Tehnopol/Connected Health Cluster
12:05 - 12:35 Data management and its role in service organisation
Andres Kütt, Proud Engineers (Estonia)
- What is the business value data can provide?
- What would a data governance strategy look like?
- How to manage people, technology, and processes.
12:35 - 13:00 Discussion in parallel sessions
Breakout rooms 1 & 2
Moderated by Andres Kütt, Hille Hinsberg (Proud Engineers)
13:00 - 13:15 Main findings and conclusions from discussions
13:15 - 13:20 Wrap-up and next steps