TALLINN - Estonia's former president Toomas Hendrik Ilves has joined the World Health Organization's committee on health and sustainable development in which he is to lead a work group on IT solutions, Postimees reports.
The pan-European committee aims to overhaul the health care policy and its strategies while factoring in the coronavirus pandemic. The committee is to assess health care systems' response to the pandemic and make recommendations for reforms and investments improving said systems' capability.
Ilves' adviser Urve Eslas...
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