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IDERHA: Integrating Health Data across Europe to aid Clinical Decision-making for Lung Cancer Patients

Luxembourg, June 14th 2023.
Today a consortium of public and private entities announced the official launch of IDERHA (Integration of heterogenous Data and Evidence towards Regulatory & HTA Acceptance). The consortium aims to propel health care innovation in Europe by addressing the key obstacles to achieve appropriate access, sharing, use and reuse of digital healthcare data. IDERHA will, therefore, develop the first pan-European health data space, and through policy recommendations drive health data access and the acceptability of heterogeneous health research results for regulatory and Health Technology Assessment decision-making. The initiative will focus on lung cancer, which is responsible for 20% of cancer-related deaths in Europe and one of the key priorities of the Europe Beating Cancer program.

ITTM is prou to be part of this very prestigeous consortium. Our main focus will be on federated data (OMOP) as well as interoperability aspects.

IDERHA is one of the first research projects funded through the Innovative Health Initiative (IHI), a public-private partnership (PPP) between the European Union and the European life science industries that supports transformative research and innovation.

Project Webpage: https://www.iderha.org/news/integrating-health-data-across-europe-aid-clinical-decision-making-lung-cancer-patients 


This project is supported by the Innovative Health Initiative Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 101112135. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme and life science industries represented by COCIR, EFPIA / Vaccines Europe, EuropaBio and MedTech Europe.

IDERHA is funded by the European Union, the private members, and those contributing partners of the IHI JU. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the aforementioned parties. Neither of the aforementioned parties can be held responsible for them.


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16. June 2023