E-Medicine Centre (eMedLab) with Digital Health MSc programme is the largest e-health research and education centre in Estonia. The research centre is focused on developing IT solutions related to the digitalisation of health care (e-health) and studying the interoperability factors necessary for its implementation. These factors include strategies, standards, IT architecture, data statuses and databases used for large (national or regional) e-health systems. The team at the e-Medicine Centre includes several top specialists and researchers with leading e-health and e-government expertise. The research centre is responsible for the Digital Health master’s and PhD programmes at the university, and for numerous innovation projects and training programmes with partner organizations in Estonia and abroad. The e-Medicine Centre's personnel played a central role in the design and implementation of Estonia's nation-wide Health Information Exchange platform that opened up new dimensions in the research of shared databases and modern digital workflows in health care environments.