A holistic and socially-inclusive approach to the use of technology in public health is possible. EPHA works to ensure that digital tools are inclusive and integrated into current health systems, rather than being used to replace them.
We advocate for a continuity of care in a cross-border Europe and for the strengthening of digital health literacy skills, in order to ensure better access to healthcare for all.
Ensure a high level of health protection, especially for children and young people in upcoming digital services legislation, says EPHA
In its response to the European Commission’s open public consultation on the Digital Services Package, EPHA calls for high levels of health protection, especially for children and young people
EPHA’s analysis of the health policy issues coming up under the EU German Presidency
Key safeguards to improve awareness, education, and skills, and the involvement of civil society and end users are necessary before the full digitalisation of health and care
Analysis & Opinion
How can digital solutions play a role in the treatment of cancer?
The e-transformation in public health is a possible way to inspire more preventive population actions and more actively engaged patients and health professionals.
Contact-tracing apps have become one of the latest responses to tackling COVID19. Are we considering all the trade-offs in their use?
Do you have a question?
Meet our Digital Health Policy Lead and Scientific Advisor.
+32 2 233 3883
Dr Stefan Buttigieg, MSc
EPHA Scientific Advisor on Digital Health
Specialist Trainee in Public Health Medicine at the Ministry of Health, Malta