Early January the European Commission launched a consultation on the inception impact assessment for the new regulation for the European Health Data Space (EHDS) that is scheduled to be adopted during the 4th quarter of this year. The proposal seeks to address issues related to access to and exchange of health data for healthcare delivery, scientific research and innovation, policy making and regulatory activities. While the European Health Data Space aims to facilitate data exchange and enhance access to data for research and policy making, it will also increase patient access and control over their own data.

The BioMed Alliance has prepared a response to this consultation sharing its views on the inception impact assessment. You can read the response here.

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