About EU Health Summit
As we head towards the EU elections in 2019, citizens across Europe and our healthcare systems are facing unprecedented challenges from an ageing population, and increased prevalence of chronic disease driving rising demand on services.
At the same time, rapidly advancing science is leading us into a new era of innovation from genomics to data analytics.
How we map the future of healthcare in Europe, making the most of the innovation at our fingertips in the context of health care systems struggling for resources, what is the role of the European Union in addressing these challenges and critically, how can different sectors converge to deliver the best outcomes for patients in Europe? These are the questions the EU Health Summit is aiming to answer.
It is a multi-stakeholder event organised from within and across the health community that seeks to bring together European leaders, policy makers and health stakeholders to discuss how Europe could develop and take the lead in areas such as research and innovation, health data and digital health, healthcare organisation and financing as well as health in all policies.
We are a group of 26 stakeholders who share a commitment to a positive future for European health.
Active Citizenship Network
European Brain Council (EBC)
digital health society
European Cancer Patient Coalition (ECPC)
EFCG – EUROPEAN FINE CHEMICALS GROUP
European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA)
European Men’s Health Forum (EMHF)
European Multiple Sclerosis Platform (EMSP)
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EMHF – European Men’s Health Forum
EUREGHA (European Regional and Local Health Authorities)
International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Europe
European Union of Private Hospitals (UEHP)
Youth Cancer Europe
Dan Octavian Alexandrescu
State for Health, Romania
Medical University of Vienna
Lithuanian Cancer Patient Coalition (POLA)
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