The Study “Cross-border cooperation: capitalising on existing initiatives for cooperation in cross-border regions” published by the Commission today[1] maps EU-funded cooperation projects for the period 2007 to 2017 in EU and EEA countries and Switzerland; provides insight into opportunities and challenges for cross-border cooperation in healthcare; and offers guidance to local and regional authorities and other parties who …

by Matt Grek

Financed by the European third Health Programme, eHAction (eHealth Action) is going to contribute, in cooperation with EU countries and stakeholders, to innovative, efficient and sustainable health systems. Taking over the work from Jasehn, the newly launched 3rd Joint Action called eHaction will continue the operational, strategic and technical support of the eHealth Network – a group of …

by Matt Grek

A new European Commission study analyses the impact on society of EU-funded Research and Innovation in technology for active and healthy ageing. Which of the projects have had the most influence in Europe over the last 11 years? Providing adequate care to the elderly is essential to ensure that Europe’s senior citizens are able to …

by Matt Grek

The Middle East And Africa Is The Biggest Factor In The Global Connected Healthcare Market Anticipated To Reach USD 10.2 Billion By 2024. The global connected healthcare market is anticipated to reach USD 150 billion by 2024 due to the persistent geriatric population as elderly population is highly susceptible to acquire several health disorders as …

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