The European Commission 2017 review of the Digital Single Market lists three priorities:
- Citizens´ secure access to electronic health records and the possibility to share it across borders;
- Supporting data infrastructure, to advance research, disease prevention and personalised health and care;
- Facilitating feedback and interaction between patients and healthcare providers, to support prevention and citizen empowerment as well as quality and patient-centred care.
This Smart4Health EU project – coordinated by UNINOVA (Instituto de Desenvolvimento de Novas Tecnologias (Portugal) – will address these priorities with an outstanding consortium that will develop, test and validate a platform prototype for the Smart4Health citizen-centred health record EU-EHR exchange. This will pave the way for the full deployment of citizen-centred solutions and services in a digital single market for wellbeing and healthcare, through an easy-to-use, secure, constantly accessible and portable health data and services prototype, thus advancing citizens’ health and wellbeing, and digital health innovation.
Partners: Instituto De Desenvolvimento De Novas Tecnologias-Associacao (PT); Hasso-Plattner-Institut For Digital Engineering Ggmbh (DE); Hps Gesundheitscloud Ggmbh (DE); Hpihs Gmbh (DE) Universitat Wien (Austria); Universitaetsklinikum Aachen (DE) Academisch Ziekenhuis Maastricht (NL); Information Technology For Translational Medicine (Ittm) Sa (LU); Knowledgebiz Consulting-Sociedade De Consultoria Em Gestao Lda (PT); Universite Du Luxembourg (Lu); Icahn School Of Medicine At Mount Sinai (US); Zs Unternehmen Gesundheit (DE); Ospedale San Raffaele Srl (IT); Stëftung Hëllef Doheem (Luxembourg); Confédération Française Des Retraités (FR); Federation Europeenne Des Associations Infirmieres Aisbl (BE); Secretaria Regional Da Economia,Turismo e Cultura (PT); Laboratoire Virtuel Europeen Dans Le Domaine De L’interoperabilite Des Entreprises (BE).