Break down barriers to re-use medical data

Patient care improves when medical data is shared between patients, care providers, platforms and apps.

Re-use of medical data is necessary to

be interoperable with others
comply with regulations like EHDS
offer a patient-centric onboarding
use case

UZ Brussels improves care by re-using medical data

UZ Brussel simplifies the reuse of medical data by providing a health data space where data from medical devices is exchanged between patients, care providers, and researchers. This enables the development of novel biomarkers for Alzheimer detection.

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Patient care improves when medical data can flow

Care providers & researcher require medical data in order to provide qualitative services & novel solutions to patients. To achieve this, platforms & apps that are used by patients, care providers & researchers should be interoperable, preferably in a patient-centric way.


Act on your medical data and digitally share it with care providers by using your favourite apps.

Care Providers

Get a 360° view on your patient’s medical data by combining data from authentic sources, care providers, and patients.


Gain insight into anonymised data across patients and care providers.

Platforms & apps

Facilitate re-use of medical data across the healthcare sector to offer a patient-centric onboarding and generate new insights. enables data re-use within healthcare is a turnkey solution that allows platforms & apps to re-use medical data to the benefit of patients and care providers. Unlike other solutions, relies on open standards to be interoperable & future proof.

Data storage
Single sign-on
Developer friendly
Technology relies on robust, open technologies

Open technologies ensure that your solution is future proof & avoids vendor lock-in.

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Patient apps
Hospital platforms
Medical devices
Trust & Identity
Data Vaults
Data Spaces
Web standards
Linked Data

Solid, Data Vaults, WebIDs and Pods

A  W3C specification that defines how people and organisations store  data in Pods and are identified by using their WebID. It can be used to create (Personal) Data Spaces & Data Vaults.

Data spaces

An interoperable infrastructure for data that enables secure and cross-border access to data for a specific theme or sector. A data space can be implemented by using Solid & other open standards.

Identity providers & OIDC

A way for a person or organization to identify itself. Can be used to set-up Single Sign-on and to gain access to your data, stored in Data Spaces or Data Vaults.

FHIR & other semantic standards

Semantic standards give meaning to data. This is important when exchanging data between care providers (& patients). By using these standards, interoperability between platforms & apps improves.

Verifiable credentials

A W3C specification that defines how a piece of data can be digitally signed so that its authenticity can be verified by the recipient.

Linked data

A way to structure data so that retains its semantic meaning. By doing so, it becomes easier for different parties to interpret a piece of data.

Talk to our eHealth lead

Lauro Vanderborght is leading our eHealth business unit and experienced in sector-wide collaboration. Get in touch to learn more about how we can help to break down barriers to re-use medical data.

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