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EHDEN 4th open call for Data Partners

EHDEN 4th open call for Data Partners
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The European Health Data and Evidence Network (EHDEN) invites Data partners in Europe to apply for funding to map their health data to the OMOP common data model (CDM). The ambition of the EHDEN project is to standardise more than 100 million patient records across Europe from different geographic areas and different data sources. Mapping of such data to the OMOP CDM will facilitate their use for a variety of purposes, enhancing and accelerating research and healthcare decision-making for global benefit.

A maximum of 100.000 Euro per Data Partner can be made available to financial support the harmonisation efforts. 

EHDEN will accept applications from April 15th 12h00 CET to May 13th 17h00 CET.

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