DeHealth at the Helm: Highlights from the European Council Meeting

18 Dec, 2023
04:45 min read


Undoubtedly, the meeting of the European Council on December 14 and 15 of this year was one of the most anticipated and exciting events of the year. It is here that the most important political and scientific trends are discussed, and crucial economic and social decisions are deliberated. 

Source - European Council conclusions, 14 and 15 December 2023


In a world where money governs everything, the implementation of any innovative solution must be excellently justified, particularly in terms of optimizing financial flows and, of course, generating profits for those who support the solution.

As of today, DeHealth is an obvious leader in the application of artificial intelligence in medicine. They have already developed a namesake application based on the Web 3.0 platform for storing and monitoring personal medical data. This application aims to ensure equal access to healthcare for all people, regardless of their country of residence and income level. The result of their extensive work is an AI and web application based on Blockchain—a medical data repository that allows users to safely and autonomously store their medical data in one place. Users can share, manage, and monetize their data directly in the dApp. Each user, throughout their life, collects a personal health history in the DeHealth electronic health card with the help of artificial intelligence. In turn, these structured data enable doctors to reduce the time needed for gathering information about the patient's health, assessing risks, making a more accurate diagnosis, or adjusting treatment. 

The company's philosophy plays a significant role here: to open up spaces for MetaHealth and create a new world of people-oriented digital healthcare. Blockchain is merely a tool, not a goal, just like decentralization. The key point is to use technologies to solve problems. Web 3.0 and artificial intelligence are crucial for healthcare data, and that's why DeHealth employs these solutions. 

This is why Denys Tsvaig and Anna Bondarenko conducted a comprehensive analysis of the current situation and arrived at very concrete conclusions. 

First and foremost: the unsettled geopolitical situation globally and particularly in Europe leads to migration flows overwhelmed by people trying to escape to the romantically perceived "better life" lands. As a result, countries affected by geopolitical, social, and natural catastrophes quickly find themselves in a state of demographic crisis. A vivid example in this context, according to research by the Center for Economic Strategy, is Ukraine. Currently, the number of forced migrants ranges from 5.6 to 6.7 million, which could potentially lead to an annual loss of GDP from 2.7 to 6.9%. Not to mention the labor force deficit of 3.1 to 4.5 million people by 2032, as indicated by the data from the CES, the Center for Economic Recovery, and the Institute of Demography. The result is significant economic losses and subsequent slowing of population growth. 

This problem exists in many countries worldwide, and there is no effective solution yet... or wasn't until now? Of course, a country needs a national idea that encourages migrants to return and attracts foreigners to invest and immigrate to a rapidly developing state. However, modern problems require modern solutions. Therefore, a program is needed that consolidates the residents of a country worldwide, allowing them, first and foremost, to unite globally and, secondly, to integrate into the international community, becoming true ambassadors for their country! 

A truly robust model in this case will be the "Data Economy". In the 21st century, data is a precious resource, and a project that involves the processing and storage of data using modern equipment, technical, and software solutions will transform the country where it is used into a real oasis, a secure haven for your data where no "pirate" can reach them! 

Let's be honest: the best launching platforms for startups have become the United States, the United Kingdom, and other countries where the risk of corrupt schemes hindering development is minimal. It is worth promoting ideas of full-fledged collaboration between globally significant universities, advocating for the introduction of innovations in every region of Europe where business and science are sufficiently protected to be confident about the future. 

Moreover, Europe is very sensitive to the issue of healthcare. Even without considering obvious and global problems such as the demographic crisis, preventing premature mortality from cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and oncology, mental health, and a shortage of personnel, there are serious and evident problems. One of them is the difficulty of the state obtaining depersonalized and validated data. They are a crucial element in implementing programs for sustainable public development and introducing disease prevention at the appropriate level. 

High-quality and verified information will enable doctors to make more informed decisions, personalize treatment plans, and accelerate patient recovery. The analysis of large data sets helps identify certain patterns, trends, and risk factors associated with diseases. 

The overall planning of healthcare policy will also undergo a fundamental change. By obtaining accurate information about the spread of diseases, the use of medical services, and general indicators of population health, governments, and policymakers can more effectively allocate resources, and identify priority areas for scientifically substantiated interventions, which will help raise the overall level of healthcare. 

Considering the increased quantity and quality of cyberattacks, the overall level of security must be strengthened; it is essential to foresee enhanced measures to fortify digital and critical infrastructure, apply advanced developments in quantum computing, and, of course, continue implementing systems related to AI, electronic platforms, allowing people to comfortably use data without worrying about the confidentiality issue. 


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