«BHH member Teamit Research participates in the Health Outcomes Observatory (H20) project which focuses on the creation of an innovative, ethical framework to collect and govern patient reported outcomes in Europe and beyond. By strengthening the patients voice, this European initiative aims to improve health care outcomes and sustainability. The project is led by the pharmaceutical company Takeda and coordinated by the Medical University of Vienna. The H20 Consortium is formed by 23 partners from both the public and private sector.»

«The Health Outcomes Observatory (H20) project has just started working in the design of an innovate framework to allow health data to be collected and used in a structured, ethical, and meaningful way with a view to generate a positive impact on a wide community of stakeholders: from patients and health care professionals to researchers, the industry, IT specialists, or health authorities. H2O intends to give patients in Europe a bigger and more influential voice in their individual and collective health care. At the same time, structured data on outcomes reported by patients can contribute to advance research, support a value- based approach in health care systems and ensure that new drugs under development are more patient friendly.»

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