overarching theme of eHealth Week 2017 is Data for Health: the key to
personalised sustainable care. Data lies at the heart of service delivery and
the development of effective health policy. During eHealth Week, speakers
and delegates will explore the changing ways in which personal health data is
created, stored, shared and used. Advances in bioinformatics support a
paradigm shift towards tailor-made prevention and treatment strategies both for individuals and population groups. Opportunities are growing for ICT to
support patient-centred health services and the involvement of patients in
their own care, including access to personal health data, sharing of data, and
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While health services wish to embrace all the advances that technology has to offer and provide them to the populations they serve, sustainability needs to be achieved. Health IT offers important opportunities to improve the efficiency of health care delivery through innovative approaches to service delivery and public health, impacting the well-being of both individuals and populations. eHealth Week will also provide high-level delegates with the opportunity to learn about Malta’s eHealth systems and see them in action, in particular the myHealth portal and integrated nation-wide eHealth deployments. Malta’s Digital Health Strategy for the years 2017 to 2021 will also be presented.