The shared vision of the OSCAR project is to create a sustainable platform for better use of Danish health data in partnership with private companies and public organisations. The platform will ensure better access to health data in a secure manner that preserve personal data privacy protection.
Access to Danish health data is essential to inform a modern, data-driven healthcare system. Better access to health data is needed to support innovative clinical research, precision medicine and outcome-based pricing models. These advances can, in turn, lead to improved disease prevention and treatment, as well as better use of healthcare resources.
The OSCAR project will contribute to the realisation of this potential through better access to Danish health data.
The project, which started in October 2020, has a 3-year term and will be run as a Public/Private partnership until the fall of 2024.
The total budget for the OSCAR project is ≈ 11 million EUROs, which includes 3.5 million EUROs in grant funding from the Danish Innovation Foundation.