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The health data quality label

Developing a data quality and utility label for the European Health Data Space.


QUANTUM project kicks off!

The QUANTUM project kicked off to create a common label system for Europe that will allow its use for scientific and health innovation purposes. These labels will enable researchers to use data with a notion of the quality and utility that will ensure that their research and innovations are effective and provide value to society.

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1st QUANTUM Newsletter is out!

After a successful kick-off of QUANTUM in February, we are now glad to provide you with this very first newsletter of the project. In this newsletter, you will receive regular updates on the project’s activities and outcomes, as well as interesting news, events and publications from QUANTUM but also from other initiatives related to the topic of Data Quality, health data, and the European Health Data Space.

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About us

Who we are

With a consortium of 35 partners, QUANTUM is an EU-funded project that aims to create a common label system for Europe that assesses and communicates the quality and utility of datasets in all countries for scientific and health innovation purposes. These labels will enable researchers, policymakers, and healthcare professionals to identify high-quality data for research and decision-making.

35 partners from all over Europe

30 months (2023 – 2025)

Aims to guide data quality labelling for HealthData@EU

Funded by Horizon Europe (Project no. 101137057)

About us

What are we doing?

What are we doing?

Conceptualise the label

Conceptualise and develop a data quality and utility label in the context of data holder maturity model

What are we doing?

Piloting of the label

Design, develop, and test the labelling of the data sets’ quality and utility, and data holders’ maturity

What are we doing?

Implementation and sutainability

Analyse implementation challenges to ensure the labeling process is transferable and sustainable as part of HealthData@EU

What are we doing?

Capacity building and engagement

Develop a capacity-building program that allows a broad engagement of the data quality professional community, patients and citizens


QUANTUM brings together 27 beneficiaries, 6 affiliated entities, and 3 associated partners, forming a diverse Consortium designed to represent various roles and institutions within the governance of HealthData@EU.

Consortium partners
Partners (27)
Affiliated (6)
Associated partners (3)

Main outcomes

September 2024

Gap analysis

Gap analysis designed to find the educational needs of the project’s stakeholders

March 2025


Online training courses and workshops for different stakeholders’ groups

August 2025


QUANTUM conformance-checking software tool available in Zenodo (v1.0) and GitHub

December 2025

Data piloting

Piloting of the data quality and utility, and data holder maturity labels

February 2026

Guidelines & specifications

Guidelines and specifications for the implementation of the QUANTUM labelling mechanism as foreseen in the legislative proposal for the development of HealthData@EU, article 56

June 2026

Community of practice

Community of Practice repository containing guidelines, templates, checklists and inital QUANTUM labelling experiences

June 2026

Exchange Platform & Academy

QUANTUM Exchange Platform and Academy to facilitate capacity building