An initiative of the Swiss Government
The Swiss Personalized Health Network is a national initiative under the leadership of the Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences (SAMS). In collaboration with the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics it contributes to the development, implementation and validation of coordinated data infrastructures in order to make health-relevant data interoperable and shareable for research in Switzerland.
SPHN has adopted a federative approach by building upon – and supporting – existing data sources and infrastructures across the country. To make health data interoperable and accessible for research, SPHN rallies all decision-makers from key clinical, research-, research support institutions and patient organizations around the same table.
Goodbye Adrien Lawrence and welcome Myriam Tapernoux!
The Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN) was launched in 2016 with the aim of facilitating the use and exchange of health data for research. In his role as inaugural Managing Director of SPHN, Adrien Lawrence competently and efficiently set up the Management Office, shaping the initiative’s governance structures and operational framework. Read More...
SPHN Short Report 2019
The 2019 yearly report to the SPHN National Steering Board is now available for viewing or download. This report covers the main activities and achievements of 2019.
Secure data transfer thanks to sett (Secure Encryption and Transfer Tool)
BioMedIT releases the first version of the tool for secure encryption and transmission of research data within the SPHN/BioMedIT network.
Key events in the realm of the Swiss Personalized Health Network: