The launch of the Health Data Space Amsterdam marks an important milestone in the collaboration on a regional health data infrastructure. To achieve this, the Amsterdam Economic Board and many partners have been working tirelessly for years.

The official letter of intent and launch of Health Data Space Amsterdam (HDSA) on March 18 will be signed by the directors of three leading hospitals in our region. A wonderful success, made possible in part by the enthusiasm, support and commitment of many involved over the past several years! With this, we also bid farewell to the current steering committee and front runners, which have played an essential role in this process.

Since 2019, the Amsterdam Economic Board has been including the need to improve data sharing on the agenda, as well as the deployment of AI in healthcare. From that vision, we started the HDSA initiative to create a regional infrastructure for secondary use of health data.

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An integrated Health Data Space contributes to better health and higher quality of care. The information also gives healthcare providers better tools to do their jobs well. It makes available data accessible for faster and better medical research.

Amsterdam Economic Board has set up the Health Data Space Amsterdam, together with consortium partners Amsterdam UMC, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek/ NKI, City of Amsterdam, OLVG, Philips, University of Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Learn more about the Health Data Space Amsterdam initiative. Or watch the short video below.

Where and when?

Board event
  • Amsterdam Economic Board
  • 18 Mar 2024
  • 10:30 -


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