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ISSN : 2362-986X
European Commission EU eHealth in focus
In this issue - September 2016

26 September 2016
Webinar on the updated transatlantic health IT/eHealth cooperation roadmap
Join our online public webinar on Health IT/eHealth cooperation between the EU and the US. The webinar presents an opportunity for feedback and dialogue among EU and US stakeholders on topics such as the updated roadmap and the new work-stream on innovation ecosystems.
Research & Innovation
New Anti-SUPERbugs PCP project started
Anti-SUPERBugs is lead by a consortium of healthcare procurers from Spain, Italy, Germany and UK. The PCP aims to get smart ICT solutions developed to detect the presence of resistant microorganisms, give real-time feedback to the user and share the information with the healthcare provider's electronic record systems linking the infection with the place of detection.
8 innovative solutions for independent living in an ageing society
The EU research website CORDIS has published a new results pack focusing on eight EU-funded projects that have developed new technologies and solutions to address the pressing challenges of caring for and assisting European citizens in a rapidly ageing society.
Cartoon ageing
26 - 27 September 2016 - Bratislava, Slovakia
eHealth and ICT for Ageing at ICT Proposers' Day 2016
Are you interested in European funding for your eHealth or Innovative Ageing project or SME? ICT Proposers' Day provides you with all the info you need. The session recordings will be published after the event.
ICT Proposers' Day 2016
EMPATTICS procurers launch open market consultation for upcoming PCP
The Galicia and Aragon public health care authority (ES), the Central Denmark region (DK) and the Service Numerique de Santé (FR) invite potentially interested bidders to participate in the open market consultation for their upcoming Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) on new ICT solutions that can empower patients with chronic diseases as decision makers in the treatment of their illness. The open market consultation meetings take place in Copenhagen (9 November), Paris (23 November) and Santiago de Compostela (15 November) and Zaragoza (18 November).
25 October 2016 - Brussels, Belgium
Doremi project final conference
Researchers of the EU-funded Doremi project have been studying early warning signs of malnutrition as well as physical and cognitive deterioration and are looking at possible solutions to improve older people’s quality of life across Europe. Their final event will present the outcome of the two-year research project and its synergies with other relevant EU projects.
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