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The role of big data in
improving the use of health information for
evidence-informed health policy
in Europe
Tina Dan...
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How can big data improve the use of
new and existing health information
and support evidence-informed policy
developme...
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Strategic generation and use of
information, evidence and
research are now more
important than ever
Public health rese...
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The demands on health
information systems are increasing
• Health information systems are challenged
to respond to the...
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For the purposes of our discussion, big data for health and well-being is understood to
include data sources and appro...
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Austria
Belgium
Croatia
Czechia
Finland
Georgia
Germany
Greece
Italy
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Malta
Neth...
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Highlights of global, regional and
subregional discussions on big data
• Statistical offices are exploring possible us...
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Next steps for the European Health Information Initiative
WHO/Europe seeks input to define next steps to assess the
us...
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www.euro.who.int
WHO Regional Office for Europe
UN City
Marmorvej 51
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø
Denmark
Thank you
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The role of big data in improving the use of health information for evidence-informed health policy in Europe

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Tina Dannemann Purnat, Unit Leader, on behalf of Dr Claudia Stein, Director, Division of Information, Evidence, Research and Innovation, WHO Regional Office for Europe, 67th session of the Regional Commitee for Europe

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The role of big data in improving the use of health information for evidence-informed health policy in Europe

  1. 1. (1) The role of big data in improving the use of health information for evidence-informed health policy in Europe Tina Dannemann Purnat, Unit Leader, on behalf of Dr Claudia Stein, Director, Division of Information, Evidence, Research and Innovation
  2. 2. (2) How can big data improve the use of new and existing health information and support evidence-informed policy development? Photo: WHO/David Barrett
  3. 3. (3) Strategic generation and use of information, evidence and research are now more important than ever Public health research systems & health information is at the core of evidence-informed policymaking. • Crucial for measuring and understanding the health status of populations and the impact of policies for improving health and well-being • The foundation for generating evidence to inform health policy development • Essential to to understanding the determinants that influence the health and well-being of populations Photo: WHO
  4. 4. (4) The demands on health information systems are increasing • Health information systems are challenged to respond to the needs of multisectoral and increasingly complex policy action for health. • A health information system must be agile to respond to policy needs and trends in population health and impact of policies. • Big data approaches may pose opportunities that must still be defined to integrate and harmonize the health information system. Photo: WHO
  5. 5. (5) For the purposes of our discussion, big data for health and well-being is understood to include data sources and approaches that: 1. enable better use of new and/or existing data sources by innovations in methods of analysis or integration/linking; 2. contribute to the collection of information, enable data sharing, and feed into advanced analysis methodologies; and 3. allow identification of new data sources and analysis methods. Towards a definition of big data for health Photo: WHO/D. Keckemet
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  7. 7. (7) Austria Belgium Croatia Czechia Finland Georgia Germany Greece Italy Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lithuania Malta Netherlands Poland Portugal Republic of Moldova Romania Russian Federation Slovenia Sweden Switzerland The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Turkey United Kingdom European Commission Wellcome Trust European Public Health Association EHII participants: 35 and growing
  8. 8. (8) Highlights of global, regional and subregional discussions on big data • Statistical offices are exploring possible use of new data sources for official statistics. • UN Global Pulse is addressing how big data can be used in development by enabling faster access to insight from large amounts of rapidly produced and diverse digital data. • Data privacy, security and ethical concerns need addressing. • Raised awareness of the benefits of new approaches, education and training, standards for interoperability, and sustained funding and resources are needed. Photo: WHO/Franz Henriksen
  9. 9. (9) Next steps for the European Health Information Initiative WHO/Europe seeks input to define next steps to assess the usefulness of big data in public health, by proposing the following questions for discussion: 1. What are the information-specific opportunities and barriers to the use of big data for health in WHO European Member States? 2. Do we have good examples from the country level that elucidate these? 3. Would Member States favour the development of a European regional strategy on big data in health? 4. What would be concrete next steps under the European Health Information Initiative to assess the usefulness of big data in public health? Photo: WHO/Sergey Volkov (9)
  10. 10. (10) www.euro.who.int WHO Regional Office for Europe UN City Marmorvej 51 DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø Denmark Thank you

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