We’re smarter together than alone.
We are faced with numerous Important challenges in the Digital Health Transformation.
The DHO is a collaborative and not-for-profit initiative, in which we want to facilitate and promote the transfer of knowledge, creating a community of knowledge in Digital health open to all professionals of the health ecosystem from local to global. Our mission is to identify, assess, organize and promote communications that are of the highest quality and have the potential to accelerate Digital Health Transformation.
Topics we cover
We want to learn from best health innovation practices and digital transformation of healthcare organizations across the globe.
We can only transform health systems and services with innovation and digital solutions if we share knowledge. Our goal is to build a global knowledge community.
Innovation and Reasearch
It is important to be able to know the solutions that innovation and research provide us in order to face the challenges of transforming health services.
Industry and Start-ups
The role of industry and startups is key to innovation and the implementation of solutions that improve health services for the benefit of citizens.
Around the world
While the application of new technologies and innovation and research are always local, it is necessary to know solutions at the global level.
The pandemic we live in has propelled innovation and research. Many fake news have also emerged. That’s why we’re selecting articles and ‘projects with scientific evidence that can help in the fight against COVID 19.
DHO aims to create a knowledge community to facilitate collaboration between healthcare clinicians, researchers, innovators, technologists, managers and policy makers.
Last Published Articles
Towards maximising the use of health data for innovation and recovery Many stakeholders, such as social care organisations that contribute to health provision and integrated care services across Europe, are still mostly unaware of how the European Health Data Space can work and how their contribution can be mutually beneficial. And how can they trust…
Over 300 identified startups, almost 3 months of work, over 60 patrons, and above all, countless unique information presented in the only Polish review of Polish medical startups. Thanks to the “Top Disruptors in Healthcare” Report, there will be no need for a clairvoyant to predict what the Life Sciences & Healthcare industry in Poland…
Recently, members of the Gravitate-Health project published a promising new article in the Journal of Integrated Care. Entitled “Human-centered integrated care pathways for co-creating a digital, user-centric health information solution”, the paper gives you an inside look at how the European-led consortium is co-creating a digital solution that aims to promote increased levels of adherence…
On 6 October 2022, we recognise European Carers Day, a campaign led by Eurocarers. It aims to coordinate and foster national efforts to raise awareness of carers’ issues under a pan-European structure. Informal care represents the most significant form of patient care across Europe — approximately 80% of care across the EU is provided by…
A paradigm, policy, platform and prescription for wellness and better health. All around the world healthcare systems are facing increasing pressures and demands. Well developed countries are facing challenges related to ageing population and epidemics such as Diabetes or Obesity while developing countries struggle to leverage diagnostics and access to affordable medicines. All health systems…
Due to population ageing and advances in medical science, people with chronic diseases are living longer, which has become a challenge and a problem for the society. The challenges include how healthcare systems can cope with the cost burden of chronic disease, sustain quality independent living for patients and ensure sustainable healthcare and social care…