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The e-health.brussels initiative aims to speed up the accessibility of technological solutions for patients and healthcare professionals in the Brussels Capital Region through the support of e-health innovation and entrepreneurship and the development of the technical environment to foster Health Data Sharing and the use of the Electronic Health Record.

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The Catalonia Smart Health Ecosystem was setup in 2013 and is coordinated by the Fundació TicSalut, arm of the Catalan Department of health, in charge of the deployment of Digital innovative solutions. The Catalonia Smart Health Ecosystem is a network that will enhance coordination & collaboration among regional government, city councils, companies, funders & insurers, health & social care professionals, research/innovation centres & universities, patients/citizens representatives and investors.

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As a response to the 2015 report by the London Health Commission, Better Health for London, which recommended the creation of a digital health hub in the city, DigitalHealth London is a collaboration between MedCity and London’s three Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs): Imperial College Health Partners, UCLPartners and the Health Innovation Network. It is supported by the Mayor of London and the Academic Health Science Centres (AHSCs).

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The Tallinn Science Park foundation is a science and business campus which aims to advance technology-based entrepreneurship in Estonia, bring scientists and entrepreneurs together and provide suitable conditions and a suitable environment for the realisation of breakthrough business ideas.

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The Galician Health Ecosystem is coordinated by Cluster Saúde de Galicia (CSG), a non-profit association whose main objective is the business dynamization of Galicia, contributing to the economic and social development of the region, through cooperation among all institutions and public and private companies related to the health system, by performing innovative projects.

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The Greek health care system features a mixture of public and private services and funding. In Greece, coverage for health services by social insurance organizations (EOPYY: the single insurance fund and buyer of healthcare services) and the ESY (the integrated National Health System: administered directly by the State and delivering most hospital services as well as primary healthcare) is ostensibly full and universal.

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The Manchester Connected Health Ecosystem is a collaborative network that brings together world leading academic expertise, industry partners from SMEs to major international digital & pharma companies, Health and Social Care professionals across the NHS, Public Health and local government, and patient and service user representatives.

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The New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) is a not-for-profit organization, working in partnership with the New York State Department of Health to improve healthcare for all New Yorkers through health information technology (health IT). Founded in 2006 by healthcare leaders, NYeC serves as the focal point for health IT in the State of New York.

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ECHAlliance is proud to announce the creation of the 1st French Ecosystem, with the launch of Nice Ecosystem marking the newest addition to the growing International Network of Ecosystems.

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National policy on Health and Wealth has started to bring together public body expertise with industry and academia to grow the economy and adopt innovation at scale within health and social care. Through collaboration across the NWC, we are able to pull together learning, adoption and spread of innovation at scale and pace to improve patients and population outcomes as well as contributing to economic growth.

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Connected Health has the potential to realise significant benefits for Northern Ireland through both improved care for patients and clients and providing development opportunities for researchers and industry. This is recognised in the Connected Health and Prosperity Memorandum of Understanding agreed in December 2011 by the Health and Economy Ministers.

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Our vision is to optimize Canadian healthcare by connecting provincial healthcare organizations from government, academic medicine and industry and thereby expanding resources, reducing costs and solving complex healthcare problems faster than any one group alone.

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Oulu, situated in Northern Finland, is widely valued for its expertise in medical technology and ICT but first of all for its unique OuluHealth ecosystem concept. The city combines health and research with new generation technology. It is the place where science and industry meet to provide a platform for innovations in global health care.

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The Polish Ecosystem is coordinated by the Foundation for Healthy Ageing.

The Foundation for Healthy Ageing was established in 2013 to support the activities of the Koalicja na rzecz Zdrowego Starzenia się (Coalition for Healthy Ageing), which involve the concept development of health and professional activity of the elderly. It was founded by Prof. Bolesław Samoliński — National Consultant in Public Health and Chairman of the Coalition for Healthy Ageing.

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Following on from a series of awareness-raising initiatives starting at eHealth Week in 2013 and culminating at the Health Informatics Society of Ireland Annual Conference in November 2014, the Department of Health working with the HSE has chosen the Health Informatics Society of Ireland (HISI) and the European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance) to facilitate the external support of the eHealth Ireland Ecosystem by bringing together stakeholders from across the eHealth spectrum.

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The Scottish Ecosystem brings success and has created a process for innovation. Bringing academic, industry and civic members together to create a community minded membership forming collaborations and innovations that will change the way health & care is delivered within Scotland through the use of new innovative technology & services. The Ecosystem is hosted by The Digital Health & Care Institute.

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Slovenian health-tech community HealthDay.si along with international ECHAlliance initiative and and the Coral Europe network launched the Slovenian ECHAlliance Ecosystem in February 2016. Its purpose is to bring together all the stakeholders in healthcare in order to enable the creation of projects for better and healthier lives of all citizens, as well as the facilitation of new employment and business opportunities.

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VLC-Health Ecosystem, an initiative promoted by the University of Valencia, the University of Valencia Science Park and INCLIVA Health Research Institute, as a stable platform for fostering collaboration between the system of innovation in health and social care and wellbeing key actors in Valencia invite all related organisations and companies to join

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One of the largest regions in the England, serving a population of over 5.3 million; home to two Core Cities – Sheffield and Leeds; with around 270,000 businesses contributing to an economy worth in excess of £80 billion. However, the region has many health challenges and inequalities exacerbated by the significant employment in heavy industries and subsequent change in core employment markets.

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