C3 Cloud

C3-Cloud is a European Commission sponsored project that is developing innovative ICT solutions to multi-morbidity. Its starting point is to assess how clinical guidelines published for four long term conditions may be harmonised (for diabetes, heart failure, renal failure and depression). These harmonised guidelines are being embedded within a novel care pathway platform that is capable of integration with a patient’s electronic health record so that it can provide patient-specific information to support clinician led decision making and support patients in self-management. The platform contains care pathway software for clinical use, and patient empowerment and self management software that patients and caregivers can use.

The C3-Cloud platform and applications have been developed with interoperability in mind, and use popular interoperability standards to make it easier to connect with electronic health record systems. State of the art security measures protect patient privacy to an extent that meets information security requirements of health systems across Europe, and complies with the latest data protection legislation (including the GDPR).

C3-Cloud aims to support clinical workflow and workload by making it easier to plan and to document care for patients with multi-morbidity, and to communicate with other care actors involved with a patient through a collaboration platform that supports secure messages for case conferences. The involvement of patients in more effective, clinician-guided and software supported self-care should reduce treatment complications and we hope it will reduce unscheduled care encounters.

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Policy Priorities
Better data to promote research, disease prevention and personalised health and care
Academia, General practitioners, Hospitals, International/European public authorities, Nurses, Patient, Pharmacists, Primary care centres, Private companies, Research centres, Specialised physicians
Geographical Scope
European level
Total Budget
€1M – €5M
Available upon request
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