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.
From 28 until 29 November, 2022, the German Israeli Health Forum for Artificial Intelligence (GIHF-AI) hosted its first annual conference. This report summarizes the results of the conference and gives political recommendations for action.
Mit dieser Broschüre geben wir einen Rückblick auf das Jahr 2022 aus der Perspektive des German Israeli Health Forum for Artificial Intelligence (GIHF-AI). It summarizes the policy briefings, roundtable reports, including policy recommendations, and statements produced over the course of a year.
This report is a summary of the assessments discussed during the roundtable on trust in the use of AI in healthcare, with a focus on physician-patient relationships, clear regulation, and evidence-based care.
The German Israeli Health Forum for Artificial Intelligence (GIHF-AI) will hold its first annual conference in Tel Aviv on November 28-29. Hosted and sponsored by the Israeli Ministry of Health,
The Policy Briefing addresses the need for trust in digital innovations such as AI. A particular focus is on the doctor-patient relationship and regulatory proposals for trustworthy AI.
GIHF-AI in the press
“In Tel Aviv yesterday, German and Israeli stakeholders from the healthcare sector talked about the challenges in the areas of digitalization and artificial intelligence. BMG’s digital chief promoted the cornerstones of the digital strategy, while her Israeli counterpart promoted trust and alignment of standards and policies between countries.”