Get engaged with CONNECTINGHEALTH in two ways:
1) Register your participation for the Future Workshops here and contribute to the European Union’s agenda on digital health.
2) Join the Digital Health Ecosystems Map by completing this form!
CONNECTINGHEALTH is a 2-year preparatory action funded by Horizon Europe coordinated by the ECHAlliance and it aims to foster interconnected inclusive innovation ecosystems across Europe and maximize the value of innovation in the sector of digital health.
As part of the project, CONNECTINGHEALTH will develop a multi-year action plan that fosters collaboration and drives the future of digital health, including funding and investments in the sector.
In order to get inputs for this action plan, CONNECTINGHEALTH will be hosting a series of future workshops where you be able to give your opinion on the challenges, opportunities and ideas in digital health. Your input will contribute to the agenda that the European Union will consider a priority.
Find below the calendar of the workshops:
Find here an overview about the workshops (topics, dates and locations).
A map of digital health ecosystems
Another task is to map the digital health ecosystems in the region and we want the end result to be inclusive and useful for all key actors who may need to search and connect with digital health ecosystems.
We have opened our mapping strategy and would like to know what you think about the criteria for ecosystem’s inclusion, visualisation and overall map design. You can review our strategy and complete this survey to give us your feedback as an end user of the map.
Also, if you are a digital health ecosystem you can join our Digital Health Ecosystems Map by simply filling in a few details. Complete this form now and take advantage of this networking and connecting opportunity!
CONNECTINGHEALTH counts on four partners, ECHAlliance, Pannon Business Network Association (Hungary), Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences (Finland) and Scottish Enterprise (UK), and two associated partners, Cluster Saúde de Galicia (Spain) and Eurasanté (France).