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13.10.2016|Ministry of Social Affairs

Ain Aaviksoo presents the challenges of mHealth to the members of the European Parliament

Ain Aaviksoo, the Deputy Secretary General for E-services and Innovation at the Ministry of Social Affairs, will be speaking today at an event of the European Parliament’s Committees in Brussels on the issue of mHealth. He will be making a presentation on the importance of data protection and ownership in terms of mHealth. 
Ain Aaviksoo
26.05.2016|Ministry of Social Affairs

Estonia to introduce the future vision of personalized medicine at Cannes Lions Health

Ain Aaviksoo, Deputy Secretary General for E-services and Innovation at the Ministry of Social Affairs, has been confirmed as a presenter at the Cannes Lions Health conference, to be held on 18 and 19 June. 
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04.04.2016|Ministry of Social Affairs

Medical bills now available in the patient portal

Since early April, all individuals insured under the health insurance scheme may view the medical bills related to them at the patient portal www.digilugu.ee. 
14.07.2015

Even today, personalised medicine would allow for more accurate prevention and treatment

Under the leadership of the Ministry of Social Affairs, physicians discussed at the conference in Tallinn, what practical opportunities for health care are being opened up due to rapid developments in personalised medicine. Personalised medicine helps to find as much individual preventive or treatment plan as possible for everyone.
14.07.2015

Competition of application ideas for personalised medicine will bring together participants from 14 countries

For the first time in Estonia, the Ministry of Social Affairs, in cooperation with Buildit Business Accelerator and Garage48, have organised the international competition of application ideas for personalised medicine called “Idea Garage – Personalised Medicine Solutions&rdquo

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