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.
Digital Healthcare solutions in favour of elderly people
Technology transfer and testing in practice of solutions, products and services designed for elderly people
Living Lab would be a suitable platform for exchange of ideas, know how, technology transfer between actors from CE regions and different sectors. Living Lab would be a virtual and physical meeting place for people and ideas for actors from CE regions. Cooperation model for stakeholders from different sectors, better using of existing resources.
The idea of Living Lab arouses great interest among many institutions that have declared their willingness to become part of the project in various roles. Opening of Wrocław Living Lab gives the opportunity to create a cooperation platform which will create synergy effect and result in constant benefits for the region.
Start-ups, SMEs, public authorities, doctors, science, NGOs, final users - seniors
Transfer of best practices tested in the other regions
Verifying proposed solutions
Implementation of solutions on the other markets
Long term relations and links between actors from different sectors and regions for common benefits
Implementation of pilot technology transfer is order to define barriers and obstacles and create the model for further activities
Creation of long term cooperation between companies and other entities in the CE region
Solutions, products and services designed for elderly people
Improvement of the life quality by using innovative, digital solutions
Soft landing of new start-ups and SMEs
Expansion of companies to the new markets
Transfer of new technologies, solutions, products and services tested in other CE regions
Improvement of life quality of growing and important society group – seniors
Wroclaw Technology Park, Lower Silesia Region Marshall Office, Falkiewicz Hospital Wroclaw, Innovative Medicine Cluster
Total Budget: 1.551.182,37 Euro
ERDF co-Financing: 1.274.752,00 Euro