- Showcase by Liisa Past, Cyber CRO at Estonian IT System Authority: Security as a state of mind (PDF, 1.68 MB)
What can social insurers do to maximise potential benefits of digital transformation of health and care while ensuring the sustainability of their systems?
To respond to this question, ESIP organised an expert roundtable on digital health and social insurance together with MEP Michał Boni (EPP, Poland).
theconversation.com (23.11.2017) L’objet de cet article est de faire le point sur le décollage – encore balbutiant mais déjà notable – des systèmes d’information orientés santé (SIS) – parfois nommés e-santé – qui se déploient en Afrique de l’Ouest. Il sera donc question des SIS, de leurs caractéristiques, de leurs diversités et de leur contextualisation.
The ongoing digital transformation of economies and societies holds many promises to spur innovation, generate efficiencies, and improve services, and in doing so boost more inclusive and sustainable growth as well as enhance well-being. But these benefits go hand-in-hand with disruptions.
oecd.org (24.10.2017 ) The world is moving so fast that tomorrow seems like yesterday. Nowhere are the changes coming faster than in the science of artificial intelligence. Applications that sounded like science fiction only a decade ago are now part of our daily lives. Douglas Frantz, Deputy Secretary-General of the OECD discusses the potential of Artificial Intelligence ahead of the OECD conference “AI: Intelligent Machines, Smart Policies”.
Accenture 2015 - Governments need to drive digital at depth to rebuild public accountability and boost their mission productivity. But that means instigating digital change, not just reacting to it. By becoming digital disruptors themselves, not just adding digital services but digitalizing to transform their operations, governments can seize the initiative from the nimble new entrants invading their traditional turf and greatly enhance their own competitiveness.
Chinadaily.com.cn (06.08.2017) A pension revolution has been rolled out to help up to 260,000 retired people in Shenzhen. Traditional fingerprint identification has been replaced by "face recognition technology"
The stakeholders' Working Group on mHealth assessment guidelines, which the Commission established in February 2016, recently concluded its works. A report, including a few case studies on mHealth, is now available.
While no consensus was reached amongst the represented constituencies on a set of guidelines, the Group allowed for valuable exchanges captured in a report summarising the process and the positions from the represented stakeholders.
The Economic Times (28.09.2017) Government has saved Rs 58,000 crore through the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) scheme used in various subsidy programmes, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said today. The electronics and IT minister said the government is utilising digital technology to bring about changes that benefit poor and underprivileged.
Gov.uk (19.01.2016) This report sets out the findings of a review exploring how distributed ledger technology can revolutionise services, both in government and the private sector. A specific example (p66 ; Case 2) is on UK Department for Work and Pensions.