Projects on: health

mHealth: Challenges and Opportunities for Health Systems

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and especially smartphones are part of our daily lives. Therefore, health and health system are embedded within this trend. Citizens, patients, healthcare organizations, health professionals and managers and policymakers approach the usage of mobile technologies (mHealth) as an opportunity to improve patients’ quality of life, quality of care and health, […]

Supporting Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing – MAFEIP tool

Open Evidence in partnership with empirica have been awarded a service contract with the European Commission Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content & Technology (DG CONNECT) for procuring support services for the management and utilization of the Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing – MAFEIP tool. The […]

INdependent LIving support Functions for the Elderly

INLIFE aims to prolong and suport the independent living of seniors with cognitive impairments through interoperable, open, personalised and seamless ICT solutions that suport home activities, communication, health maintenance and mobility using novel business models based on feedback from large-scale and multi-country pilot applications.

Study of innovation and cost-effectiveness indicators in eHealth

The study comprises the definition of a set of input, output, outcome and impact indicators, as well as a framework to monitor the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (Digital Agenda for Europe flagship initiative) based on systematic review and case studies.

Benchmarking deployment of eHealth among general practitioners II

A survey of General Practitioners (GPs) was conducted in 31 countries (EU27+ Croatia, Iceland, Norway, and Turkey) to measure and explain levels of availability and use (adoption) of eHealth applications and services. A random sample of 9,196 GPs was interviewed and data was processed using sophisticate multivariate statistical techniques.

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