The digitalization of the healthcare system is one of the central challenges of our time. Thereby, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), among other things, offer enormous opportunities for improving general health. Against this background, ELNET-Germany founded the German Israeli Health Forum for Artificial Intelligence. Because Germany and Israel can learn a lot from each other in the field of eHealth and shape the future together.

The German Israeli Health Forum for Artificial Intelligence enables the exchange of knowledge and experience between Germany and Israel in the field of digital health. It places a special focus on digital health applications that use artificial intelligence and machine learning. The Forum brings together experts from science, medicine, industry, research, and politics who are committed to modern, innovative and patient-oriented medical care.

Through workshops, dialogue formats and annual conferences as well as regular publications, dealing with the three core areas of technology and security, regulation, and communication and trust, GIHF-AI develops policy recommendations for legislators.

Europäisches Parlament

Exchange on health data use in the European Parliament

In mid-May, ELNET organized a parliamentary exchange on the topic of health data use in the European Parliament in Brussels at the invitation of Lena Düpont MEP and Angelika Niebler MEP as part of GIHF-AI.

Report GIHF-AI Roundtable: Implementing FHIR in Healthcare

This report is a summary of the assessments of HL7 FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) implementation in healthcare discussed during the roundtable and summarizes the recommendations for action developed.

With FHIR to more use of artificial intelligence in medicine

The Policy Briefing addresses the importance of interoperability for AI training and development in medicine. Special emphasis is being placed on the implementation of the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Standard (FHIR).
Parlamentarisches Frühstück Esti Shelly

Parliamentary Breakfast with Esti Shelly and Dr. Susanne Ozegowski in the Bundestag

This week we hosted a Parliamentary Breakfast at the German Bundestag with Esti Shelly (Director Digital Health, Israel Ministry of Health) and Dr. Susanne Ozegowski (Director for Digitization and Innovation, Federal Ministry of Health Germany ) at the invitation of Matthias Mieves, Member of the Bundestag.

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