eHealth Projects - Research and Innovation in the Field of ICT for Health and Wellbeing
What have the best brains of Europe come up with to improve health care with the help of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)? This document offers an overview of the most current (ongoing or recently finished) European funded projects in the field of ICT for health and wellbeing (eHealth). The projects listed here have been divided in three types: research projects, innovation projects and projects related to interoperability - meaning the ability of systems and organizations to work together.
Some of the projects overlap this division; they belong for example to both 'Interoperability' and 'Innovation'. But they have been listed in the category which characterizes them the most. The same goes for projects that overlap the subchapters of this document.
At the end of this document you will find an overview of the funding programs used to give these projects the financial support they needed to become reality.
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