DigitalHealthEurope’s main objective is supporting the deployment of digital solutions for person-centred integrated care.
DHE has designed, developed and successfully implemented several services targeting this objective:
The catalogue contains up-to-date 65 mature, highly impactful and replicable solutions which are the result of EU-funded projects and initiatives that address challenges related to the Digital Transformation of Health and Care policy priorities. The solutions have high potential for scaling up and replicability across Europe.
The “Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing” (MAFEIP) offers socio-economic impact assessment support for evidence-based decision-making processes. MAFEIP has successfully completed the analysis of six highly impactful cases and started the assessment with many others. If you are interested to have your intervention analysed, just contact the MAFEIP team.
Healthcare providers together with the private sector, ICT companies were also offered aid for their scaling-up person-centred digital solutions. The report mapped the strategic, technical, and operational barriers and provided recommendations on how to overcome them and mobilise investment in person-centred health care at various levels between local and European.
DHE organised two calls for twinning during the lifetime of the project (2020, 2021) to facilitate the scale-up of digital health and care solutions between regions. 24 successful transfers were realised that spanned between knowledge transfer and full adoption/acquisition. DHE has produced a twinning brochure outlining in a simple and concise way what twinning means and giving a little flavour of the DHE twinning results.
Inspiring summaries about the twinning outcomes are also shared on the website.
This knowledge tree is organised using the six key components of the Capacity Building Framework identified within the EU project. These have been sub-divided into twenty building blocks. The knowledge tree includes concrete resources collected from different projects and initiatives such as articles, videos, reports, brochures, etc.
Digital Health Standards is a joint communication effort between the DigitalHealthEurope project, empirica and The European Institute for Innovation through Health Data to grow awareness about the importance of health ICT standards.