Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (MAFEIP)
The “Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing” (MAFEIP) supports evidence-based decision-making processes for all institutions and users in the EU health and care sector. It is a web-based tool whose purpose is to estimate the health and economic outcomes of a large variety of ICT-enabled social and health innovations. The innovations include new care pathways, devices, surgical techniques, and organisational models.
In DigitalHealthEurope, MAFEIP is used by many organisations to assess their impact and cost-effectiveness in order to show their high potential for scaling up and replicability across Europe.
Explore the MAFEIP website, learn more about how the tool works, and find out how to join the MAFEIP user community! Come and meet us at mafeip.eu.
|Status||Solution or Good practice||Project Description|
|Almost finished||Recercaixa||The purpose of this study was to conduct a multi-centre randomised controlled trial with patients diagnosed with an eating disorder. In this experiment, the patients from the experimental group have tested an mHealth application (TCApp developed by HealthApp) and then, a clinical efficacy analysis evaluation was performed.|
|Ongoing||Pepper||The PEPPER team has developed a personalized decisions support system using case-based reasoning combined with predictive computer modelling.|
|Ongoing||My Diabetes My Way||MyDiabetesMyWay is an online self-management platform for people with diabetes. Currently, the project is being conducted in deployment sites in England. MyDiabetesMyWay is the first time the MyDiabetesMyWay project has been setup outside Scotland, and the aspiration is that it will be adopted in other sites in England and beyond through the MyWay Digital Health company.|
|Ongoing||Telehealth Service for patients after AMI and on anticoagulation treatment||The telehealth service for patients after acute infarct of myocardium (AMI) and on anticoagulation treatment introduces remote monitoring of elderly patients who are hospitalised for AMI in cases of newly diagnosed diabetes using telehealth services and patients on anticoagulation treatment. The patients are telemonitored for AMI relapse, unstable angina pectoris and need of further interventional or chirurgic revascularization.|
|Ongoing||TELEHOMECARE||The telehomecare Project was started to monitor from home patients with chronic diseases; the aim is to reduce hospital admissions and the length of bed-days in the hospital. The activities include the involvement of hospital specialists, family doctors and professionals working in the area.|
|Ongoing||HappyAir||HappyAir is a Smart Community for the integral care of patients with chronic or rare respiratory diseases such as Asthma, COPD or Alpha-1. The HappyAir community provides online and offline training and resources in digital health and social care to patients, family, caregivers, healthcare professionals and researchers. Using the platform, all members are able to connect in order to improve the health and well-being of patients, learn to manage self-care, ensure an active lifestyle, and contribute to the development of current and future research projects.|
|Almost finished||PERSSILAA||PERSSILAA (PERsonalised ICT Supported Service for Independent Living and Active Ageing) aims at the development and validation of a new service model that addresses frailty in community dwelling for older adults. PERSSILAA’s main focus is to (1) develop remote service modules for screening, monitoring and training, (2) enable a transition of care services from fragmented reactive disease management to preventive personalised services, that are offered locally, supported by proactive caregivers and health professionals, which is integrated into existing healthcare services, and (3) set up a technical service infrastructure to support these multiple services and users in an efficient, reliable and easy way which have been entailed gamification, interoperability and clinical decision support.|
|Ongoing||REHABILITY||With REHABILITY, patients can carry out rehabilitation exercises from either the centre of which they are hospitalised or remotely, autonomously with medical supervision. REHABILITY enables patients to carry out their personalised rehabilitation exercises from the convenience and safety of their home.|
|Ongoing||Carealia||Carealia brings efficient interconnected devices in everyday healthcare. In the era of internet of things, the solutions integrate a wide selection of wearable and ambient devices, allowing information exchange and interpretation. While most healthcare solutions focus on a single aspect, such as sleep or physical activity, Carealia monitors and combines multiple life aspects in one place, providing clinicians with a holistic picture of behavioural patterns and symptoms.|
|Finished||BeyondSilos||The main aim of the project BeyondSilos was to enable the delivery of integrated care to older European citizens to support them to live independent lives in the community by providing the ICT tools necessary to integrate care pathways across organisations and locations, in particular between social and health care providers. One of the key areas of the integration was to provide common access to home platforms for all the cross‐sectorial care teams in order to improve care coordination and, therefore, the continuity of care.|
|Finished||United4Health||The United4Health project tested telehealth services targeting the three main chronic diseases found among the EU population: diabetes, COPD, and CHF. This case covers the telehealth service for patients living with COPD, which has the aim to provide an alternative way to support self-management through the provision of an appropriate level of telemonitoring that is flexible and can respond with fluctuations on their health status and thus avoid future emergency hospital admissions due to a COPD.|
|Finished||Kinesis QTUG||Kinesis QTUGtm is a medical device that assesses an older adults’ falls risk, frailty and mobility with the objective to facilitate the accurate and early identification of patients at risk of falling. This allows for a timely intervention, which could reduce the incidence of fall-related injury and its associated costs.|
|Finished||CDK Integrated Care||The main aim of this project that was conducted in the Puglia area was to address the need to reduce the level of dialysis taking place in hospitals, and thereby increase the amount of dialysis treatment at home. The goal of the project was to increase quality of life for patients treated with hemodialysis, by increasing home care while reducing the costs of hospitalisation.|
|Finished||iPrognosis||iPrognosis provides technology-based solutions against Parkinson’s and raises awareness on the disease and self-health management. During the final months of the project, systematic tests of the i-PROGNOSIS interventions in patients with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) were carried out by three intervention pilots in: Greece (Thessaloniki), UK (London) and Germany (Dresden). More specifically, PD patients systematically used, under a specified protocol, the iPrognosis Personalized Game Suite (PGS)1, consisting of 14 games, which target different symptoms of PD, to improve the physical and emotional condition of the PD patients. These interventions produced the Intervention Data (IData), on which the MAFEIP evaluation was based.|