The study will have to monitor progress and analyse trends in the development and implementation of national eHealth stragegies versus the targets set by the eHealth action plan.

How to eliminate/reduce fragmentation of eHealth market in the European Union?

The ultimate goal of this study is to contribute to eliminate/reduce fragmentation of eHealth market in European Union and identify areas where immediate action is necessary; the list of priorities will serve as a point of departure for a future direction of eHealth policy at the EU level.

The key aim of the study will be to assess progress on implementing the national eHealth programmes/plans to review fulfilment of the objectives proposed in the national roadmaps and reinforce commitments towards eHealth development and deployment.

The principal objective of the eHealth progress report will be to assist the national authorities in the Member States, Iceland and Norway in their efforts to comply with the objectives contained in 2004 eHealth Action Plan and transferred into their national eHealth programmes/plans. They will cover in detail proposals for priority actions needed for successful implementation of national eHealth programmes/plans, specific for each Member State, Iceland and Norway.

In addition the study has the additional objective to identify trends and analyse lessons learned via best practices.

Official Journal 04.06.2008 2008/S 107-142554 - SMART 2008/0063

Pre-Information Notice O.J. 2008/S 53-071336

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