WP8 provides guidance at EU level on methods for implementation of high standard health information instruments, tools and methodologies. It summarises existing experiences in EU on health data and indicators by reviewing and identifying existing standardised data collection methods and common procedures; prepare best practices in accessibility, availability, and reporting in health information; maintain and develop identified standardised data collection methods and related quality assurance procedures. WP8 also contributes to improved and sustainable use and usability of ECHI, according to technical and content updates and links to policy.
- 8.1 Generate knowledge on data collection methods, and availability and accessibility of health information. The task summarises existing knowledge on standardised health data collections, used methods and procedures, quality assessment procedures, and availability and accessibility procedures covering different data sources for health status determinants and HSPA.
- 8.2 Investigate the sustainable use(ability) of the ECHI-shortlist and its future implementation and alteration process. Provide technical updates, actionable content, flexible format/structure and aligning with other international organisations.
- 8.3 Provide guidance for accessibility, availability and reporting of health information including quality of data/indicators and quality of reporting. This by developing a guidance document for MSs and regions which provide standardised and comparable health reports. Starting from evidence, good practices and case studies on health reporting, this document facilitates quality assurance and guidance for health reporting in MSs and regions.
- 8.4 Coordinate networks of experts involved in the InfAct and structure definition of nodes. This includes providing a standard approach and common rules for selecting and involving health experts and for defining structure and criteria for setting up national nodes.
The leads and co-leads to this work package are: