Building on the first policy briefing of the German Israeli Health Forum for Artificial Intelligence (GIHF-AI) on regulation for innovation-enabling use of health data in the European and Israeli context, this briefing highlights recent regulatory developments in Germany and Israel.
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).
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.
After the previous policy briefing addressed the technical and security aspects of health data, the focus below is on the regulatory mechanisms regarding the use of health data.
The new GIHF-AI-Policy Briefing introduces the relevance of interoperability, linkage and availability of medical data in the context of innovation, digitization and the application of artificial intelligence in healthcare.
The new ELNET publication of the German Israeli Health Forum for Artificial Intelligence (GIHF-AI) examines the health systems in Germany and Israel in relation to digitization and the use of artificial intelligence (AI).