Regional public body responsible for planning and organising the Campania regional health system, including the coordination and planning of digital health interventions.
EHTEL (European Health Telematics Association)
European multi-stakeholder organisation that brings together organisations and individuals engaged in eHealth, seeking to transform healthcare practice through digitalisation.
Research and consultancy firm specialising in ICT and digital transformation, offering a broad portfolio of services to both the private and public sectors.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d.
Croatian ICT company associated with the Ericsson Group. Experts in digital health platforms, health service design and e2e digital health services deployment.
Foundation Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol – Connected Health Cluster
Country-wide partnership among health-related stakeholders in Estonia (70+ partners), committed to accelerating the adoption of connected health solutions.
ESC (European Society of Cardiology)
Not-for-profit medical society that includes more than 100,000 members and is present in 57 countries. They hold the world’s leading cardiovascular congress.
Dom Zdravlja Zagreb – Centar (Health Care Zagreb – Centar)
Largest provider of primary healthcare services in Croatia. They also develop educational and preventive activities for different audiences.
HL7 International Foundation
Not-for-profit standards developing organisation that provides a comprehensive framework for exchanging, integrating, sharing and retrieving eHealth information.
i~HD (European Institute for Innovation through Health Data)
European not-for-profit body that tackles areas of challenge in the successful scaling up of innovations that rely on high quality and interoperable health data.
MDOG (Mijn Data Onze Gezondheid)
Not-for-profit organisation that aims to enhance the power of citizens to manage their own health data, in pursuit of the wellbeing of themselves and of the society at large.
Spanish Ministry of Health - Ministerio de Salud
Maximum responsible body for health in Spain, in charge of proposing and implementing the Government’s policy on health and strategic planning.
Osakidetza (Basque Health Service)
Public organisation managing the regional health services, with strong interest in incorporating ICT to the healthcare.
PCHA (Personal Connected Health Alliance)
Not-for-profit innovation company committed to improving health behaviours and chronic disease management via connected health technologies.
ProMIS (Programma Mattone Internazionale Salute)
Institutionalised network of Italian regions to promote cooperation on themes identified as the main topics by the central, regional and local administrations.
Jämtland Härjedalen Region
County Council with responsibility for primary and secondary healthcare, and regional development. An eHealth centre has been created to speed up eHealth developments.
SPMS (Serviços Partilhados do Ministério da Saúde, Shared Services for Ministry of Health)
National eHealth regulatory entity and coordinator, developer, and integrator of services related to digital health in Portugal.
University of Agder
One of the newest universities in Norway, with more than 11,000 students. Research is the foundation of all its teaching activities and covers a wide variety of disciplines.
University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien
Austria’s largest purely technical university for applied sciences. The courses are based on a solid scientific foundation and are also practice-oriented.
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