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Over the first two days, participants explored how user-driven digitisation – enabled by all those working to innovate in technologies and services – is delivering benefits to empower: • Consumers and Patients: With smart tools enabling health promotion and prevention and linking to information – including health records – and resources in health and social care; • Health care managers and providers: For next-generation care planning, integrating individual patient data and big data using a population health approach; • The health workforce: So that jobs gain from carefully designed and adjusted digital tools, and personnel are trained to use their digital skills to create meaningful documentation and workflows. By tackling these three areas of digitisation, the symposium will cover the three priority pillars set out by the European Commission in its 2018 Communication – patient access, personalised medicine, and digital interaction. Finally, in a forward-looking mode, the symposium will debate how artificial intelligence and machine learning systems could contribute to these policies.

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