Normal view MARC view ISBD view

Digital Single Market Large-scale sustainable deployment of digitally-enabled innovation for health and care delivery to the ageing population

A study prepared for the European Commission DG Communications Networks, Content &Technology by European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance)

By: European Connected Health Alliance.
Contributor(s): Comisión Europea.
Edition information: Luxembourg Publications Office of the European Union 2018Edition: FINAL REPORT.Description: 54 p.ISBN: 978-92-79-92857-4.Subject(s): eSalud | Active and Healthy Ageing | AHA | digital solutionsOnline resources: acceso al documento Summary: The goal of the European Commission is to achieve more than 50 EU regions actively deploying and implementing large-scale, sustainable, digitally-enabled innovative solutions for active and healthy ageing (AHA), improving the lives of at least 4 million citizens by 2019. For the European Commission's goals to be achieved, it is necessary to pursue joint collaborative efforts across different multi-stakeholders' organisations that can maximise efforts and achieve large-scale, sustainable deployment of digitally-enabled innovative solutions for improved health and care delivery to the ageing population. The first objective of this study has been to create a “Contact group” with several key multi-stakeholders’ organisations involved in the development of innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing and in the deployment and implementation of innovative solutions. This group has been meeting early 2017 in order to discuss the situation of investments in digitally-enabled innovative solutions for AHA, and the approach around the launch of a survey aiming to quantify and qualify these investments across Europe. Secondly, a survey with 2 phases has been designed: o an online questionnaire tracking the committed and planned investments; o a series of interviews with organisations usually purchasing care products and services for the ageing population. The information about the online survey has been circulated through the networks of the European Commission, but also of the contractor, European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance), and the members of the Contact group. A multi-channels communication plan has been deployed, targeting specifically the stakeholders participating to the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) and its Reference sites. 41 completed responses have been submitted online. However, a large majority of these applications has been submitted by suppliers showcasing their own solutions for AHA, which was not eligible to the present study. After applying the eligibility criteria, the survey has allowed the identification of 18 procurements (committed or planned for the years 2017 and 2018) from 11 different organisations.
List(s) this item appears in: Nº 10. Novedades - Octubre 2018 | eHealth
Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Add tag(s)
Log in to add tags.
    average rating: 0.0 (0 votes)
Item type Current location Collection Call number Status Notes Date due
Informes Informes CDO

El Centro de Documentación del Observatorio Nacional de las Telecomunicaciones y de la Sociedad de la Información (CDO) os da la bienvenida al catálogo bibliográfico sobre recursos digitales en las materias de Tecnologías de la Información y telecomunicaciones, Servicios públicos digitales, Administración Electrónica y Economía digital. 

 

 

Colección digital Acceso libre online pdf

The goal of the European Commission is to achieve more than 50 EU regions actively deploying and implementing large-scale, sustainable, digitally-enabled innovative solutions for active and healthy ageing (AHA), improving the lives of at least 4 million citizens by 2019. For the European Commission's goals to be achieved, it is necessary to pursue joint collaborative efforts across different multi-stakeholders' organisations that can maximise efforts and achieve large-scale, sustainable deployment of digitally-enabled innovative solutions for improved health and care delivery to the ageing population.
The first objective of this study has been to create a “Contact group” with several key multi-stakeholders’ organisations involved in the development of innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing and in the deployment and implementation of innovative solutions. This group has been meeting early 2017 in order to discuss the situation of investments in digitally-enabled innovative solutions for AHA, and the approach around the launch of a survey aiming to quantify and qualify these investments across Europe.
Secondly, a survey with 2 phases has been designed:
o an online questionnaire tracking the committed and planned investments;
o a series of interviews with organisations usually purchasing care products and services for the ageing population.
The information about the online survey has been circulated through the networks of the European Commission, but also of the contractor, European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance), and the members of the Contact group. A multi-channels communication plan has been deployed, targeting specifically the stakeholders participating to the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) and its Reference sites.
41 completed responses have been submitted online. However, a large majority of these applications has been submitted by suppliers showcasing their own solutions for AHA, which was not eligible to the present study. After applying the eligibility criteria, the survey has allowed the identification of 18 procurements (committed or planned for the years 2017 and 2018) from 11 different organisations.

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.

Click on an image to view it in the image viewer

Copyright© ONTSI. Todos los derechos reservados.

Powered by Koha