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Búsqueda de hospitales que participen como compradores en un proyecto de compra pública innovadora sobre monitorización remota y telemedicina para hospitales presentado con éxito en la primera fase de la convocatoria H2020-PHC-2015

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDDE20160622001
Publicado:
24/06/2016
Caducidad:
24/06/2017
Resumen:
Un hospital universitario alemán que coordina un proyecto de compra pública innovadora está interesado en apoyar a unidades europeas de cuidados intensivos (UCI) mediante la monitorización de poblaciones de pacientes en la UCI y el apoyo a centros de telemedicina. El objetivo es salvar más vidas de pacientes comórbidos mediante los cuidados intensivos. El proyecto ha sido presentado con éxito en la primera fase de la convocatoria H2020-PHC-2015. El coordinador busca hospitales que participen como compradores. El plazo para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 30 de agosto de 2016. El proyecto tiene una duración de 36 meses.

Details

Tittle:
Hospitals sought as additional buyers for an already successfully submitted PPI project in the field of telemonitoring and telemedicine for hospitals (H2020-PHC-2015-single-stage)
Summary:
A German led consortium of a Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions Project (PPI) aims to support European intensive care units (ICUs) by monitoring populations of ICU-patients and supporting telemedicine centres. More lives of co-morbid patients are to be saved through improved care. The project application has been successful (H2020-PHC-2015-single-stage). The coordinator is a German university hospital. The project is starting. Additional buyers (hospitals) are still sought.
Description:
Demographic change with an increasing demand for care in hospitals and concurrently an inacceptable high mortality in intensive care unit (ICU) -patients will, in combination with the shortage of ICU professionals and scarcity of financial resources, lead to a foreseeable imbalance. Caregivers and physicians are thus facing an increasing need for assistance in monitoring their patients and thereby treating them appropriately. Therefore, the use of telemedicine in ICU in order to mitigate the aforementioned pan-European challenges and to develop personalized care programs for effective management of co-morbid patients is inevitable.

By tracking workflows and bundle compliance on European ICUs, overall compliance regarding e.g. infection screening will be enhanced. Due to a standardization of data and pattern recognition a faster dissemination of knowledge is possible. This will lead to an improvement in compliance and guideline adherence and will produce a higher data quality.

A consortium led by a German university hospital with partners from the Netherlands, Finland, Spain and Austria has successfully submitted a PPI project in the field of telemonitoring and telemedicine for hospitals assisted by ICT for life saving of co-morbid patients in Europe as part of a patient personalised care program of the EU.

With the project, the consortium seeks to purchase and to implement the telemonitoring and telemedicine system to facilitate life-saving of co-morbid patients in Europe. Concurrently, a faster dissemination of knowledge, improvement of compliance and guideline adherence and higher data quality shall be obtained. Therefore, they are initiating a PPI to purchase a telemonitoring systemt. The starting PPI project will enable ICUs to improve the care for acutely live-threatened patients by telemedicine and telemonitoring. By assisting ICUs in monitoring their patients and detecting deterioration more quickly an earlier intervention is possible which will decrease the morbidity on ICU units.

An application for a H2020 PPI call was successful. The declaration of Interest of the consortium members to join a buyers group is clarified.

The consortium is coordinated by a German University hospital. Other partners are coming from the Netherlands, Finland, Spain and Austria.

The project has been already submitted but the consortium is still looking for additional partners (hospitals) in order to form a more powerful buyers group.

Expressions of interest are welcome until 30 August 2016.

Project duration: 36 months

Advantages and Innovations:
· Faster dissemination of knowledge,
· Improvement of compliance and guideline adherence
· Higher data quality shall be obtained
· Decrease in morbidity on ICU units.
Stage of Development:
Project already started

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
An application for a H2020 PPI call was successful. The consortium is looking for additional partners (hospitals) in order to form a more powerful buyers group. Preferably they should come from other countries than the current consortiums members.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Other
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
German

Dissemination

Programme-call

Evaluation Scheme:
The call deadline has already passed. The project is starting now. The deadline given here is deadline for expressions of interest
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
30/08/2016
Project Duration:
144
Project title and Acronym:
Telemonitoring and Telemedicine for Hospitals Assisted by ICT for Life saving co-morbid patients in Europe As part of a Patient personalised care program of the EU