KeHO – Central Finland Health and Wellbeing Ecosystem had its 8th networking event on 6th March in the beautiful Jyväskylä City Hall.
We gathered together to discuss different points of view on digital innovations in health and wellbeing. Senior Specialist Lasse Laitinen from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment attended this KeHO networking event to discuss the Ministry aims to build a strong nationwide network of Digital Innovation Hubs in Finland for the next European Framework Programme in 2021-2027.
The EDIH, Digital Innovation Hubs throughout Europe will have an objective of strengthening the digital capabilities of companies in order to make more extensive and profitable use of technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics and high-performance computing in the business sector.
“We found the theme very inspiring, and the EDIH concept very promising to us, as two of Central Finland’s key expert areas are digital innovations and health and wellbeing”, says Päivi Fadjukoff, Head of KeHO Ecosystem. “Digital solutions have a strong potential to benefit health and wellbeing of different population groups.”
KeHO’s 9th networking event will be held on May 15th 2020.