Date: 26/09/2016 (17:00-18:30)
The session “eHealth Methods and Data” is dedicated to the 2017 topics on in-silico medicine and on eHealth interoperability, that belong to the “Health, Demographic change and Well-being” Work-Programme 2016-2017.
PM-16 calls for developing in-silico trials solutions to support developing and assessing the biomedical products, in order to reduce and better design the human clinical trials and to reduce the animal testing while improving safety and efficacy of the products. The proposals will foresee both the scientific and technological solutions for testing the product using computer-modelling and simulations on virtual populations, and the proof of concept of these solutions. PM-17 calls for developing and validating personalised computer-models and in-silico systems able to simulate and predict the influence of various external and internal factors on the human individuals’ resilience to challenges and illnesses. The predictions could help designing personalised interventions for increasing resistance and fastening recovery, and thereby improving well-being and health. PM-19 addresses the public procurement of innovative ICT solutions that uptake newly developed interoperability standards, in order to facilitate the deployment of sustainable eHealth infrastructure and healthcare services in Europe, while taking into account the European eHealth Interoperability Framework and EU guidelines.
Coordinator: Adina RATOI (European Commission, DG CONNECT, Belgium)
Track: Societal Challenges
Related booth: eHealth, Wellbeing and Ageing
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