Health First Europe is a non-profit, non-commercial alliance of patients, healthcare workers, academics and healthcare experts and the medical technology industry. We aim to ensure that equitable access to modern, innovative and reliable medical technology and healthcare is regarded as a vital investment in the future of Europe. We call for truly patient-centred healthcare and believe that every European citizen should benefit from the best medical treatments available.




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To all our #infectionprevention #antimicrobialstewardship colleagues: WE WANT YOU!👉😀 Our growing multidisciplinary & international community interested in #surgicalinfection needs your expertise!Why not submit an abstract or join us for #SISE2020 Madrid? Retweeted by Health First Europe 🇪🇺

.@himsseurope: 🇪🇪 is leading the way on #eHealth in 🇪🇺 Following the #crossborder initiative that allows EU citizens to receive #eMedication prescribed by doctors in Finland in Estonian pharmacies. Well done @SoMinEstonia @EU2019FI➡️ #Digital4Care

#EUHPP vote is now closed. Thanks a lot for your votes and fingers crossed for the results! We're glad to be part of such great group of stakeholders ready to work together on the profile of the #healthworkforce of the future #EUworkforce4care @EHMAinfo

Robust #bioinformatics literacy, competences and expertise supporting challenges of #clinical medicine and its innovation and #research advancements… The BioS project Retweeted by Health First Europe 🇪🇺

How can Europe do more to improve #WomensHealth? Join us in the @Europarl_EN today for our Open Day, co-hosted by @spietikainen. Healthy Women are a #Healthy #Europe! Retweeted by Health First Europe 🇪🇺

Today @EP_Environment discussed #digitalhealth: thanks @sara_saracerdas for stressing that "digital literacy and training are essential measures in order to implement digital solutions in our health care systems" our views➡️ #Digital4care #EUworkforce4care

Today is the last day to VOTE 🗳️ for #EUHPP thematic networks! Support our proposal on profiling & training the #healthcare workers of the future #EUworkforce4care @EU_Health…

Tomorrow is the last day to vote for our Policy Platform thematic network proposal on 'profiling & training the #healthcare workers of the future', developed together w/ @EHMAinfo #EUHPP Please take a look and VOTE for our initiative 🗳️

Today we had a fruitful meeting on #EUworkforce4care & #digitalskills thank to: ➡️@TomislavSokol for hosting the debate & @sara_saracerdas for wrapping up the debate! We are very glad to see your commitment to #healthcare ➡️ Speakers & participants ➡️ @EU2019FI for the patronage

“Investment in health is investment in society”. @sara_saracerdas The digital transition needs to capacitate the workforce and patients in eHealth to and info-inclusion, so that better outcomes in healthcare can be achieved. @CPME_EUROPA @PGEU @eupatientsforum @HealthFirstEU Retweeted by Health First Europe 🇪🇺


EDITORIAL: The challenges of digital health approaches for the 2020-2030 European health professionals

EditorialMembers news /  Monday, 4 November 2019

This article is the preliminary draft of the contribution to the forthcoming meeting “A Health Care Workforce for the Digital Age” to be held the 5th November 2019 in the European Parliament (Brussels, room ASP 5G 305) from 12:00 to 14:00

NEWS: World patient safety day - the Tuscany region at the forefront of quality of care

News /  Wednesday, 23 October 2019

In the frame of the campaign for the Declaration for Patient Safety, Health First Europe collaborated with the Centre for Clinical Risk Management and Patient Safety of the Tuscan Region to publish an article about best practices on safety and quality of care at regional level. 

EVENT SUMMARY: EU health stakeholders at the Gastein Forum call for a strong political commitment for safer care to tackle HAIs and AMR

Event summary /  Friday, 11 October 2019

On 2nd October 2019, Health First Europe organised the “Data for safer care” workshop at the European Health Forum Gastein to explore the disruptive role of data in shaping effective patient safety strategies and develop effective healthcare-associated infections’ (HAIs) surveillance systems.

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Annie Schreijer-Pierik

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Non-attached Members, Italy





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