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 and wellbeing with the help of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)? This report offers an overview of the most current (on-going or recently finished) European funded projects in the field of ICT for health and wellbeing ('eHealth').

The research and innovation projects listed here have been divided in three types:

  • Managing your health and care projects: These projects help patients and healthcare professionals to manage a certain condition. Or they preventively help people to stay healthy.
  • Projects that innovate the healthcare system and the way we work. This includes projects which are related to interoperability - meaning the ability of systems and organizations to work together ('inter-operate'). It also includes projects that innovate through innovation procurement.
  • International eHealth and mHealth projects that are active in low and middle income countries.

At the end of this report you will find an overview of the programs used to fund these projects in order to enable them.

Download: eHealth Projects - Research and Innovation in the field of ICT for Health and Wellbeing (.pdf, 495 KB).

Download from eHealthNews.eu: eHealth Projects - Research and Innovation in the field of ICT for Health and Wellbeing (.pdf, 495 KB).

European Commission
DG CONNECT
Unit H1 - Health & Wellbeing
BU25 3/122
B-1049 Brussels, Belgium.

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