Dimitris Kalogeropoulos, PhD

Senior Advisory Consultant, Digital Health and Digital Government Reform and Digital Health and Innovation Expert at World Health Organization

Dr Dimitris Kalogeropoulos is a senior international development consultant with extensive experience in clinical information management, global digital health, and data sharing governance, standards and regulation. Together with the World Bank, the European Commission and the WHO, he has been involved as a senior expert and team leader in a number of projects with national, regional and global level reach, supporting sustaining innovation in health systems and public health, policy alignment and transformation toward value-based care. Dimitris is a WHO and World Bank roster consultant advising on matters of strategy and policy with experience in the Central and East Asia, Europe and the Middle East, and Central America regions.

My Sessions

Data Ethics: Is Health Data Underregulated? (Sponsored by Privitar)

Over the last year, the sharing of health data has increased exponentially due to the current pandemic. However, are the current regulations robust enough?This panel session will look at the current state of health data sharing, ethics, and whether there should be more stringent measures in place.

Host
  • Richard Merrygold, Principal Consultant / Data Protection Officer iSTORM Solutions Ltd
Speaker
  • Dimitris Kalogeropoulos, Senior Advisory Consultant, Digital Health and Digital Government Reform and Digital Health and Innovation Expert at World Health Organization
  • Professor Sam Shah, Chief Medical Officer, Numan and Founder of Faculty of Future Health
  • Dalit Ben-Israel, Partner, Chair IT and Data Protection Practice, Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co
  • Marie Karen, DPO, The Medical City