We are pleased to welcome the Sweden – Health & Welfare Technology Ecosystem. Read the interesting interview with Dr. Sarah Wamala Andersson, Professor of Health and Welfare Technology Mälardalens University and the ecosystem Coordinator below. Who are the key stakeholders? Academia, health and social care providers and professionals, decision- and policymakers in regional government, municipalities, …

by Francesco Condello

1. What is the aim of your ecosystem? Digital Health Ecosystem Wales (DHEW) aims to make it easier and faster to adopt digital healthcare technologies in NHS and Social Care in Wales.  We;  are opening up NHS Wales systems and data to developers through a platform of APIs, reducing development time and ensuring products are …

by Francesco Condello

Interview with Brian O’Connor, a founder and Chair of the ECHAlliance – European Connected Health Alliance, a community of 16,500+ individuals and 700+ member organizations with the mission to drive sustainable change and disruption in the delivery of health and social care The most frequently discussed elements determining digital health adoption are reimbursement, interoperability, leadership, …

by Francesco Condello

We are pleased to welcome the Normandy Pôle TES e-Sante Ecosystem. Read the interesting interview with Magali Scelles, Cluster manager at Le Pôle TES the digital competitiveness cluster of Normandy and the ecosystem Coordinator below. Who are the key stakeholders? Our key stakeholders are : Territorial authorities Academia & Research Large companies SMES – SMIS Research laboratories What are the main …

by Francesco Condello

We are pleased to welcome the Poland Health & Social Care Ecosystem. Read the interesting interview with Ligia Kornowska, Managing Director at Polish Hospital Federation (PFSz) and the ecosystem Coordinator below. Who are the key stakeholders?  Our key stakeholders are hospitals, medical professionals, patients organizations, medtech organizations (Telemedical Working Group, AI Coalition in healthcare), government and public representatives …

by Francesco Condello

1. What is the approximate stakeholder breakdown of your ecosystem? Digital Health PORTUGAL (DHP) is a civil society initiative that congregates founders, guest CXOs and top managers from a mix of Portuguese organizations comprising patient associations, health services and technology providers and the Ministries of Healthcare in mainland Portugal and the autonomous regions of Madeira …

by Francesco Condello

We are pleased to welcome the Netherlands – Health Valley Ecosystem. Watch the interesting interview with Victor Haze, International Ecosystem Director at Health Valley below 

by Francesco Condello

Who are you and what do you do….? My name is Victor Haze and I work for Health Valley Netherlands since 2014. I started working as a innovation manager and I’ve recently been appointed to the role of international ecosystem Director. Before this I worked as a business consultant and a project manager for a …

by Francesco Condello

We are pleased to welcome the Western Hungarian Digital Health Ecosystem. Read the interesting interview with Balázs Barta Managing Director at Pannon Business Network, Ecosystem Coordinator below. Who are the key stakeholders? City of Szombathely – https://www.szombathely.hu/staticpage/greeting-from-the-mayor/ University of Pécs – http://english.etk.pte.hu/ Óbuda University – https://www.uni-obuda.hu/en Pannon Business Network – https://www.pbn.hu/main.php?Lang=EN What are the main objectives of your ecosystems? …

by Francesco Condello

1. What is the aproxamate stakeholder breakdown of your ecosystem? Patients and Citizens Patients and Citizens represent the core of all HTL ecosystem activities. More precisely, HTL activities are focused on resolving the challenges of this group through multiple innovative solutions. Startups This group that provides innovative solutions for Patients and citizens. They include startups in health-tech, biotech and …

by Francesco Condello
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