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Volume: 5 Issue: 3
(March 2018)

Keywords:
european digital service infrastructure ehealth first countries live european commission intends support enable deployment ehealth services among

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Europe EU Luxembourg Malta Portugal Switzerland Estonia Finland Sweden US

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The European Digital Service Infrastructure for eHealth: The first countries go live

The European Commission intends to support and enable the deployment of eHealth services among EU Member States, particularly cross border eHealth information services (‘CBeHIS’). This has led to a regulatory framework for the implementation of CBeHIS with regard to ePrescriptions and patient summaries: the eHealth Digital Service Infrastructure (‘eHDSI’). Evelyn Shulz and Susann Jahn of Noerr LLP provide commentary on the eHDSI and the requirements Member States must implement in order to ‘go live.’

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