This article was published on behalf of the authors: Rosana Angles, Innovation Consultant at Servicio Aragonés de Salud, and María Teresa Hurtado, Innovation Consultant at Servicio Aragonés de Salud. The region of Aragón is characterised by a large heterogeneity, where

In a commendable effort to enhance community health and support independent living, Bangor has embarked on an innovative pilot project that aims to redefine caregiving and volunteer coordination. This initiative, developed in collaboration with the local community council, leverages cutting-edge

Dr. Maya Parmar The UK pilot in Milton Keynes reached an important project milestone this month, June 2022. The Open University (OU) are collaborating with Woughton Community Council (WCC) and the SME Spirocco. Together they launched their new public mobile

By dr. Frans Folkvord Co-director of PredictBy and associate professor at Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences at Tilburg University. Transformation of health and care for a digital Europe is a highly promising adaptation that will benefit people, health care

The Gatekeeper project at the Basque Country Pilot Site (PS) is led by Osakidetza Basque Health Service and two research institutes: Kronikgune Health Services Research Institute and Biocruces Bizkaia Health Research Institute (BBHRI). Due to population ageing and advances in

Complex and varied reasons impact the sustainable adoption of innovations in digital health. Developing solutions for a global market context is challenging and brings to light cultural, systemic, organisational and individual differences. One size does not fit all, so how

Technology and requirements tend to co-evolve, which means that interaction between research and standardisation is key. The importance of using standards in EU-funded research projects has been highlighted in several studies. The barriers for researchers contributing to standards are also

This article highlights the intervention of the Greek Pilot in the Gatekeeper project and was published on behalf of Ms. Eva Karaglani, Attica’s Pilot Site Manager, Dr. Maria Vlachava, Central Greece’s Pilot Site Manager and Ms Ioanna Drympeta, the Greek

This article was published on behalf of the author: Eugenio Gaeta, Platform manager of the Gatekeeper project. The Gatekeeper platform is the heart of the Gatekeeper research and innovation project. In this article, we aim to deep dive into the

“Nothing about us, without us” is the headline that patients and citizens across Europe are stressing, especially when the topic is research and data gathering. The Puglia Pilot site is actively including patients and citizens in the co-design of research