Health Data Sweden

is the one-stop-shop for acceleration of digital transformation in health data for SME’s and the public sector, using key technologies.

Pan-Nordic Digital Health Solution Showcase


Are you a Nordic digital health scaleup? Apply for the Pan-Nordic Digital Health Solution Showcase! Health Data Sweden are happy and proud to be part of the first Pan-Nordic Digital Health Solutions Showcase. We are targeting Nordic scaleups that can present the clinical impact of their solutions. The first virtual session will take place on […]

Frukostdejten – Have Breakfast with an Investment Expert


📣 It’s time for the investors to be in the hot seat! Join our kick-off session of this quarterly, online, breakfast event and take the opportunity to connect with invited investors and other experts regarding valuation, investments and what the “hot seat” investor is looking for! and much more! For our first event, we invite Health […]

Webinar: Future Precision Medicine, omics data for clinical decision support in cancer


“When we study proteins and the genetic material in the cells of a cancer patient, we can provide more adequate diagnoses and tailor their treatments”, says Janne Lehtiö, professor at Karolinska Institutet. On Thursday, April 4, he is invited to Forskningseminar eHälsa to tell more about the subject. Read more and register Please note: The […]

Open Webinar on the KTH Innovation Readiness Level™


Welcome to an Open Webinar about the KTH Innovation Readiness Level™! This time, we aim our focus east to hear how Aalto University uses the model. Kim Aalto, Commercialization Portfolio Manager at Aalto Innovation Services will walk us through how they use the KTH IRL in their daily work. Make sure to try to join […]

Hybrid seminar: Ethical perspectives on patient data, with Charlotte Blease, docent

Akademiska sjukhuset, hus 82 Inre sjukhusvägen 82, Uppsala, Sweden

Uppsala University are pleased to invite Charlotte Blease to talk about patient health data from the perspective of epistemic injustice. British researcher Miranda Fricker coined the term in 2007 to highlight the various forms of injustice that arise in the acquisition of knowledge and understanding. Fricker identified two main types of epistemic injustice. The first […]

FAIR and Health Data Sweden EVENT April 16: AI and the Devilish Dilemmas of Data @ Demystifying AI Act and Trustworthy AI


As the use of AI solutions increases in every corner of our lives, it’s essential for everyone to be aware of the requirements of Trustworthy AI. Fortunately, the world’s first AI regulation, the European AI Act, is responding to the possible risks brought by AI solutions in order to guarantee the safe, transparent, traceable, non-discriminatory, […]

Webinar: Procurement as a tool to promote innovation – part 3/3


Welcome to the third part of three in the procurement and innovation seminar series. On this occasion, the focus will then be on companies with experience in innovation procurement. More info to come The seminar is primarily aimed at you who in some form come into contact with purchasing and procurement issues in the public […]

Webinar: Innovation with health data – how and why?


Discover the possibilities of health data Health data is a key factor for innovation and business development in the health care and welfare sector. Are you curious about how your business can harness the power of health data to drive changes that improve people’s lives and health? Then this webinar is right for you! Read […]

MedTech Science and Innovation Day

Konferens Hubben, Science Park Dag Hammarskjölds väg 38, Uppsala, Sweden

The Uppsala MedTech Science and Innovation Centre is hosting a one-day conference on Thursday, April 18, 2024 at Hubben, located in the center of Uppsala Science Park Registration!  With this conference we aim to bring together people working in the MedTech field here in Uppsala, inform about various ongoing works, and spark new collaborations between the University Hospital […]

HI Conversations: Magnus Boman: ”What can AI algorithms do for Precision Medicine?”


Welcome to participate in Health Informatics Conversations – a seminar series arranged by the Health Informatics Centre. The Health Informatics Conversations are recurring the last Thursday every month at 12.00 via Zoom and last for one hour. This hour includes 20 minutes of presentation and leaves the rest of the time for discussions, all in English. 25 April 2024, Magnus Boman: ”What can AI algorithms do for Precision Medicine?” One […]