The first in the series of Thematic Innovation Ecosystems targeting Mental Health organised in collaboration with our Digital Health Rheinland Ecosystem – Germany and  Norway Health Tech Ecosystem took place last 1st July. We ecosystem was welcomed by Andy Bleaden, Ecosystems & Membership Director, ECHAlliance and Ian Spero, Founder Agile Ageing Alliance We heart from …

by Francesco Condello

On Friday 28th May the first in the series of Thematic Innovation Ecosystem on Digital Health and Wellbeing took place led by the Scottish Ecosystem and HealthDay.Si Slovenian Ecosystem.  From Scotland, we heard about the impact of COVID-19 on the national roll out of technology enabled care from Dr Margaret Whoriskey, Head of Technology Enabled …

by Francesco Condello

On Wednesday 26th May the first in the series of Thematic Innovation Ecosystems on Integrated Care took place led by the Scottish Ecosystem and the EU Funded SCIROCCO Exchange project that is developing tools to support the scale-up of integrated care in association with ECHAlliance.  The session involved speakers from both Lithuania and Scotland and …

by Francesco Condello

The role of Digital Health and Care in response to COVID-19 & the momentum for change The expansion and deployment of digital tools has been a significant feature of the global response to COVID-19. Digital solutions have been used to maintain access to existing services, to provide newly required COVID-19 specific services and, to facilitate …

by Francesco Condello

COVID-19 – How to effectively communicate the need for change? The COVID-19 pandemics has proven to be a catalyst of change and of greater demand for coordinated and integrated health and social care services, with healthcare professionals and citizens at the centre of this change. This includes the need for effective communication strategies, including both …

by Francesco Condello

Skills for Health’ Thematic Innovation Ecosystem Workshop Testimonials from the DISH project Today’s digital health landscape is one of telehealth, health informatics, health analytics and public health surveillance systems. Yet, health workers often lack the training, skills, equipment and support necessary to adapt to this new working environment. The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that no …

by Francesco Condello
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