Study on the implications of ageing on citizens’ health-care needs – how European health systems need to adapt in order to meet the health-care needs of an ageing society
CALL FOR TENDER
Please note that the deadline for submission of tenders in the following calls passed.
In Europe people are living longer than ever before. By 2050, one in every three adults will be aged 65 and over. Over the coming decades the size and the age-profile of the population of industrialised countries will undergo substantial changes due to low fertility rates and increased life expectancy.
A varied of EU co-projects in this area are presently on-going and the European Commission has developed the Healthy Life Years indicator, which is part of the European Structural Indicators set.
Building on the existing research on ageing, on the impact of ageing on people's health condition and on the major issues identified in the most recent projections, this study to be delivered by the successful tenderer should develop an integrated approach to health in later life giving evidence of how ageing will affect health systems and what changes need to be implemented in health systems to meet the challenges of an ageing population. It is expected that the study will be divided in 4 main work packages: health status of elder people in EU with focus on chronic diseases and disabilities, health and long term care systems for elder people assessment, care pathways and policy recommendations.
- Contract notice
- Invitation letter
- Tender specifications
- Annex I - Tender submission form
- Annex II - Financial identification form
- Annex III – Form for natural persons only
- Annex IV - Certification Exclusion Criteria
- Annex V - Budget
- Annex VI - Draft contract
- Annex VII - Financial capacity overview
- Annex VIII - Checklist
- Questions and Answers
For more information please contact: EAHC-HP-TENDER@ec.europa.eu
NB: The official and original documents on which your offer is to be based are those provided in English. Translations of the specifications, draft contract and other tender documents into French and German are made available for information. In case of doubt, only the English version is authentic.