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The digitalLIFE4CE project is looking for novel solutions in the field of digital integrated healthcare systems. The fragmentation of the health care system as well as weak cooperation between relevant actors negatively affect regional authorities, care providers and citizens in many regions of central Europe. To answer these weaknesses, the project brings together policy makers, experts from research and development and actors relevant for implementation.
They will work on a new framework to provide policy stakeholders with: a global picture on available solutions and their implications; technology solution providers with options for joint cooperation; and beneficiaries with new applications and technologies. Additionally, the project will research and promote best practice cases in so called ‘Healthcare Excellence Spots’ and investigate ways to increase investment in digital health start-ups and to boost innovation in healthcare systems with a need for an integrated care coordination.
Partners will develop IT based Toolbox system for mapping and visualization of integrated digital healthcare solutions in order not only identify linkages and interdependencies among actors but also to match them and stimulate transfer cases. Strategy and action plan on joint digital healthcare innovation potentials will be reflected in emerging collaborative ecosystem which will strive to create cooperation scenarios among technology solution providers and relevant actors.
This Workpackage is focused on defining new methods to boost the RTD & innovation performance of Digital Healthcare System Actors. Its two Outputs will increase the level of joint available knowledge to make linkages among actors of the integrated digital health innovation system sustainable and based on long term plans: a network based modular learning system and interdisciplinary and cross sectoral based methodologies to establish innovation linkages based on a strategic task force will guarantee to achieve these goals.
Workpackage 3 will produce two main outputs, the first one dedicated to design, development, implementation & evaluation of CE Digital Healthcare Excellence Spots through organisation of dedicated pilots in the target regions and the second to produce a joint transnational roadmap centered in the Excellence Spots for aligning the regional joint research and innovation agenda in digital health with a quadruple helix approach, and enlarging it to additional CE regions & their stakeholders including funding bodies, national RTD centres, ETPs, EIT/KIC, DG-SANCO and innovation agencies among others.
The WP provides the base for the long term benefits of demonstrated effective, efficient & distributed CE transnational cooperation within the integrated CE digital healthcare innovation system. Two Outputs will guarantee long term sustainability and effectiveness of the established innovation linkages:
dec 12th 2017
Healthday.si, a yearly conference on digital health community has been organised in Ljubljana on 6th December 2017. The aim of the conference was to tackle key challenges in innovation in healthcare with a different - lateral approach. The main discussion was around significant challenges in innovation processes in healthcare industry; lengthy commercialisation processes, access to financial resources to develop innovations and weak collaboration between innovators and health experts.
by Mocja Cvirn
Nov 30th 2017
This year VFG decided to combine their annual event, the Forum of Leipzig’s Healthcare Industry, with the Life Science Forum Saxony. On November 29th 2017 companies, doctors, health insurances, research institutes and investors came together in Leipzig to jointly pursue the question of how innovations from the life sciences industry will find their way more quickly from research to patients.
by VFG Leipzig e.V.
Dec 5th 2017
On 30th November University of Applied Sciences Burgenland presented digitalLIFE4CE Project at transnational Networking-Event organized by Austrian Conference on spatial planning Office at the federal Chancellery and National Contact Point Austria. Project Manager Peter J. Mayer and Project Assistant Alexandra Weghofer presented key output of digitalLIFE4CE Project and demonstrated impacted of the outputs for Austria and Central Europe.
by Alexandra Weghofer
July 19th 2017
It was a sunny day in July when the partners of digitalLIFE4CE met for the very first time in person. Project Leaders Peter J. Mayer and Alexandra Weghofer invited the project team to the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland (FHB) not only to get to know eachother but also to dive directly into the project.
(by Rebecca Winter & Alexandra Weghofer)
July 20th 2017
Only one day after their team Kick Off, all partners of digitalLIFE4CE attended the first public event, which was organised by the Project Leader team Peter J. Mayer and Alexandra Weghofer at the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland (FHB) at the campus.
(by Rebecca Winter & Alexandra Weghofer)
May 1st 2017
Oct 31st 2019
Total Budget: 1.551.182,37 Euro
ERDF co-Financing: 1.274.752,00 Euro