Call for Tenders: Studies on eHealth, Interoperability of Health Data and Artificial Intelligence for Health and Care in the EU

European CommissionThe European Commission is launching a tender for two studies to survey and analyse progress on the digital transformation of the health and care in the EU, in particular with regard to citizens' access to their electronic health records (EHR) in the EU Member States and the development, adoption and use of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in the health and care sector in the EU.

The call for tender includes two specific studies (i.e. lots), and tenderers are free to apply for one or both lots:

Lot I: Interoperability of Electronic Health Records in the EU

This study will survey and analyse the current situation in the EU Member States with regard to the development of interoperable electronic health records systems and enabling technological solutions such as electronic identification, distributed ledger and cybersecurity.

Lot II: Artificial Intelligence for Health and Care in the EU

This study will survey and analyse the current situation in the EU Member States with regard to the development, adoption and use of AI technologies and applications in the health and care sector.

The maximum amount allocated to the studies is EUR 300 000 for Lot I and EUR 200 000 for Lot II.

The closing date of the call is 23 September 2019 at 15:00.

Study reference: SMART 2019/0056

The detailed tender specifications and more information about the procedure and eligibility conditions are available on TED.

For questions and clarifications, please use the online interface.

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