Patient centricity is the philosophy of empowering individuals with their data to enable them to use it with the applications and services they choose, acting as a catalyst for record sharing, innovation and research. In 2017, digi.me collaborated with the Icelandic Directorate of Health to achieve a world first, a national citizen-facing API for medical … Continue reading Digi.me holds first UK Patient Centricity focus group
Digi.me is on a mission to empower individuals with personal data from across their lives. Individuals being in control of their data and able to gather it securely all in one place not only enables better personal insights, but also opens the way to benefit from sharing that data with consent. Healthcare is one of … Continue reading Come and help us define the future of patient centricity
We're very proud to be sponsoring something a bit special later this month - two related hackathons in Finland and Iceland that together form the Nordic Health Hackathon. The two countries are coming together under one umbrella to find innovative uses for health data, in yet another demonstration of the momentum latching on to the … Continue reading Pushing on the health data revolution through the Nordic Health Hackathon
We are delighted to announce that a team from digi.me won the first ever MKB fintechlab hackathon in Hungary. Teams from around the world gathered in Budapest to create workable prototypes within 30 hours aimed at the future of banking, using APIs from MKB Bank and its partners. Our team chose the challenge of developing … Continue reading Digi.me wins fintech hackathon with our open banking solution
Digi.me, ID Exchange and Alibaba Cloud joined forces to bring the power of personal data and private sharing to communities in regional Australia last weekend. Australian developers turned out in force for the first digi.spark hackathon, held in Sydney as part of the New South Wales Spark Festival. Digi.me, in collaboration with our Australian partner … Continue reading Boutiq scoops top prize at Sydney digi.spark personal data hackathon
A powered by digi.me app, enabling an authorised individual to officially register a newborn child, has won second prize at a Dutch government hackathon. The Citizen Centricity (Regie of Gegevens) hackathon was organised by the Dutch Interior Affairs and Economic Affairs ministries, who are together looking into ways that individuals can own and control their … Continue reading Digi.me wins second prize at Dutch government hackathon
Calling all developers, hackers, creatives and geeks! After the success of previous hackathons in Iceland and London, which were brimming with creativity and brilliant app ideas, we're doing it all over again. The next digi.me hack takes place in......drum roll..... Sarajevo from October 13-14. And this one has a grand prize of €2,500 for the … Continue reading It’s a personal data hackathon with a €2,500 prize – come and join us in Sarajevo!