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Agenda - 6th meeting of the eHealth Network (Brussels, 18 November 2014)    europa.eu

European Commission -   Agenda     [...]

''Kinecting'' to telemedicine    epda.eu.com

A solution from the videogame worldKinect for Windowscould become a revolutionary new way for patients with Parkinson's disease to do rehab at home, and for physicians to remotely monitor how a perso[...]

Still time to enter the 2014 Health Technology and Telemedicine Competition for Young Innovators (2014 HTComp)  pdf

The European Telemedicine Conference, organised by UPMC, is hosting the 2014 HTComp. Innovative health IT and telemedicine entrepreneurs and start-ups may send applications until 22 September 2014.

The past, present, and future of telemedicine for Parkinson's disease    epda.eu.com

In this report, authors describe the past, present, and likely future applications of telemedicine to PD. Historically, telemedicine has relied on expensive equipment to connect single patients to a [...]

Digital Agenda for Europe - Just Published - EU Bookshop    europa.eu

Rebooting Europe’s economy[...]

Handbook on European data protection law - Just Published - EU Bookshop    europa.eu

Handbook on European data protection law[...]

Definition of a frame of reference in relation to primary care with a special emphasis on financing systems and referral systems - Final opinion    europa.eu

European Commission - When preparing its policy and proposals relating to consumer safety, public health and the environment, the Commission relies on independent Scientific Committees to provide it [...]

Connecting Europe with Galileo - Just Published - EU Bookshop    europa.eu

Galileo in support of transport, energy and telecommunications infrastructures[...]


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