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Tercera convocatoria de Interreg Europe: Búsqueda de socios con experiencia en economía de la salud, eSalud y AAL, especialmente en Estonia, Polonia y países de Europa del Este


Búsqueda de socios
Un organismo alemán especializado en colaboración metropolitana está preparando una propuesta para la tercera convocatoria de Interreg Europe en el campo temático de eSalud. El objetivo del proyecto es revisar y mejorar la implementación de instrumentos de política, como ERDF (Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional), ESF (Fondo Social Europeo), estrategias regionales RIS3 y cadenas de innovación. Se buscan socios del sector público procedentes de Europa del Este que dispongan de know-how en economía de la salud, eSalud y sus aspectos tecnológicos. El proyecto tendrá una duración mínima de 2 años.


INTERREG Europe Third Call: Partners with expertise in the field of health economy, e-health and AAL especially from Estonia, Poland and other countries in Eastern Europe sought
A German organisation active in metropolitan collaboration is preparing a proposal in the third call of INTERREG Europe in the thematic field of e-health. The projects objective is to revise and to improve the imple-mentation of policy instruments such as the ERDF, the ESF and the regions´ RIS3-strategies as well of innovation chains.The partners sought should be public, coming from East Europe and need to have know-how in health economy, e-health and its technological aspects.
The project background is facing the challenges in health and social care in Europe.
- The population structure in Europe is aging rapidly. This is a common challenge for all EU regions, but at the same time it means an opportunity for growth and jobs.
- Due to the special needs of a growing number of (chronically) ill patients and elderly people in Europe, the costs but also the management requirements in the social and health care systems are increasing.
- (Chronically) ill and elderly people are at risk of lacking or insufficient medical treatment due to limited access to medical care services and in particular to specialist practices in structurally underdeveloped areas in Europe, i.e. in parts of Lower Saxony (Germany), characterized by sparsely populated rural regions.

Project idea:
Taking these facts under consideration, there is broad agreement that the development of the use of ICT in the social and health care may be crucial in order to ensure equal access to social and health services. Therefore, new kinds of approaches to promote and maintain the well-being of aging people will be necessary to reduce the costs of social and health care and to produce new innovative products and services supported by ICT.
Overall objective is:
a) to improve the implementation of regional development policies and programs, in particular programs for the investment in growth and jobs and, where relevant, European Territorial Cooperation Programs, that support the delivery of innovation by players in regional innovation chains in areas of "smart specialization" and innovation opportunities
b) to significantly improve the RIS3 implementation and governance and the delivery of the structural funds (ESF, ERDF etc.) within the partner regions, and
c) In the long term to increase the health and well-being of elderly people as a consequence of more effective (ICT-based) care services in the cooperating regions.

One condition for achieve these obectives will be an effective policy learning process by performing regional analysis, international thematic workshops and national high-level policy learning events in the consortium partner regions (In order to simplify the policy learning process, it is proposed to focus on the health economy sector and the health-related ICT sector as smart specialisation sectors when developing project ideas and action plans in the partner regions). An other condition will be to improve the effectiveness and performance of innovation chains in the smart specialization sectors focused by the project

So far the participating countries are: Germany, Netherlands, Finland, Portugal and Spain. The German organisation is looking for partners who want to be actively involved in the project devleopment. The partnes are expected to analyse the national and regional needs on grounds of the project idea and to win a local / regional authority supporting the project.

EOI Deadline: 01.03.2017
Expected duration: minimum of 2 years
Expectded budget: tbc. (Based on the INTERREG IVC experience.

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Partner Sought:
Type of partner sought: research and development institutions, universities, public organisations, regional and local clusters, regional and local public authorities, regional and local governments The German organisation is also looking for scientific staff with expertise in the technological aspects of e-health, digitalisation, new innovations in health economy (e.g. research institutes, academia) and ambient assistant living (AAL). Role and tasks to be perfomed by the partner: The partner will be actively involved in the project and will be part of the project development (in terms of content). The project partner will work independently on variations of the subject e-Health / AAL in relation to their own national and regional needs and should implement the proposed innovation model as far as possible.
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Development and delivery of need-oriented service solutions for (chronic) sick and elderly people in structurally weak European regions