What are the benefits of broader use of social and health data for citizens?

When comprehensive registry data is more accessible to researchers and service providers, research and data-driven management become more efficient, resulting in:

  • Better services for people, more effective medicines, health-promoting and supportive applications, and health technology.
  • More efficient processes and service systems that better meet customer needs.
  • More agile tools for monitoring and, for example, investigating adverse drug reactions.

Thus, citizens receive better and more impactful care and support, and disparities in health and well-being are reduced.