Open Evidence in partnership with Empirica have been awarded a service contract with the European Commission Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content & Technology (DG CONNECT) for procuring support services for the management and utilization of the Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing – MAFEIP tool. The tool aims… Read more »
Posts Tagged: eHealth
We are glad to announce that the article “International health IT benchmarking: learning from cross-country comparisons” co-authored by Francisco Lupiáñez and Cristiano Codagnone from Open Evidence has been published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association and is ready for download. The objective of the study is to pilot benchmark measures of health information and… Read more »
INLIFE aims to prolong and suport the independent living of seniors with cognitive impairments through interoperable, open, personalised and seamless ICT solutions that suport home activities, communication, health maintenance and mobility using novel business models based on feedback from large-scale and multi-country pilot applications.
The EIPAHA brings together key stakeholders such as end users, public authorities and industry. All of these are actors in the innovation cycle, from research to adaptation, along with those engaged in standardisation and regulation. The partnership provides these actors with a forum in which they can cooperate, united around a common vision that values older people and their contribution to society, identify and overcome potential innovations barriers and mobilize instruments.
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre has published seven out of 16 Case Study Reports on Integrated Care conducted by Open Evidence. These cases were analysed using a methodological framework developed with Open Evidence researchers. The framework devises an approach for the selection and development of case studies on ICT-enabled integrated care services, and provides the… Read more »
Today, 30 people from the 14 European organisations partner of the PROEIPAHA project (Funka Nu, Swedish ICT, Open Evidence, Central Denmark Region, VTT, AENOR, Nordic Healthcare Group, PAU Education, EHMA, ERRIN, Tecnalia, RESAH, Inovamais and Outsight) are meeting at the premises of the Open University of Catalunya in Barcelona. The PROEIPAHA project coordinates efforts to support… Read more »
The article published in the Journal of Medical Systems analyses the efficiency of primary care centres (PCCs) in adopting Information and Communication Technology (ICT) devices using a new database on primary care centres in the Basque Region in Spain. The methodology adopted a.o. by Cristiano Codagnone and Francisco Lupiañez in this research allows to explicitly… Read more »
The European Commission published the Final Report on Benchmarking Deployment of eHealth among General Practitioners (2013) funded by Unit 4 of DG CONNECT today. The study comprised a survey among General Practitioners in 31 countries (EU 27 + Croatia, Iceland, Norway and Turkey) to measure and explain levels of availability and adoption of eHealth applications and… Read more »
Open Evidence has won the tender on Integrated Care awarded by the Institute for prospective technological Studies (IPTS), one of the European Commission Research Centres. The study will highlight the role of ICT in integrated care and the expected impact of ICT in terms of health outcomes and health care system efficiency by means of… Read more »
In light of shifting needs of integrated care, the study highlights the role of ICT in integrated care and the expected impact of ICT in terms of health outcomes and health care system efficiency.
The study comprises the definition of a set of input, output, outcome and impact indicators, as well as a framework to monitor the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (Digital Agenda for Europe flagship initiative) based on systematic review and case studies.
A survey of General Practitioners (GPs) was conducted in 31 countries (EU27+ Croatia, Iceland, Norway, and Turkey) to measure and explain levels of availability and use (adoption) of eHealth applications and services. A random sample of 9,196 GPs was interviewed and data was processed using sophisticate multivariate statistical techniques.