Krishna Yeshwant thinks through health-tech investments with a “foursquare” box. It’s a useful way to connect the entrepreneur with the needs of the patient. There’s no “one-sized-fits-all” approach to fix …

by Heather Smith

PULSE cities: Birmingham Council is adopting open standards and practices that will facilitate data and information sharing. Air pollution is associated with a number of adverse health impacts. It is …

by Heather Smith

PULSE partner, ASPB (Agència de Salut Pública de Barcelona) will launch the pilot in the upcoming months. Barcelona is facing major urban health challenges related to several topics such as …

by Heather Smith

In Paris, the primary theme will be Air quality and Asthma (not only the risks posed by air quality for asthma, but also the risks posed by active mobility for …

by Heather Smith

Significant disparities in asthma rates are apparent throughout the United States. In New York City (NYC), Black and Latino children are three times as likely to be diagnosed with asthma …

by Heather Smith

PULSE cities: Singapore accelerates the fight against Type II Diabetes in Singapore through mobility enhancement. Do you know that more than 400,000 Singapore residents are suffering from diabetes? With the …

by Heather Smith

Explore the Innovation Radar and discover what groundbreaking results the EUbudget helped to deliver. https://www.innoradar.eu

by Maria Luquet

In 2016, six projects obtained funding from the PM-18 call on Big Data and Public Health Policies. The six consortia represent different ideas of big data and public health policies. …

by Heather Smith

The 5th PULSE Consortium meeting took place on the 20 February 2018  in Pavia (Italy) hosted by the Engineering Department of the University of Pavia. On the first day, PULSE …

by Heather Smith

Ahead of the entry into application of the General Data Protection Regulation, the European Commission has presented a set of concrete actions that European leaders can take to protect citizens’ …

by Heather Smith

Human beings don’t always make rational decisions, physicians included. Time and again, people base decisions on psychological, social, cognitive and emotional factors instead of rational thinking. People tend to participate …

by Heather Smith

This briefing note examines the current and potential applications of AI in healthcare, its limits, and the ethical issues arising from its use .Overview AI is being used or trialled for a …

by Heather Smith

Today, we see the outrage over the misuse of data for nefarious means. Platforms such as Facebook have become vilified for their potentially complicit behavior in supplying these data for …

by Heather Smith

A 2017 survey found 24 days is the average wait time to schedule a physician appointment in 15 largest U.S. cities The long waits are a result of a growing …

by Heather Smith

Artificial intelligence drew much inspiration from the human brain but went off in its own direction. Now, AI has come full circle and is helping neuroscientists better understand how our …

by Heather Smith

If ranked among sovereign nations, the European Silver Economy (the economy of the population over 50) would currently be the third largest economy in the world, behind only the USA …

by Heather Smith

Either AI can help us solve global problems, or it can stay stuck as a business tool. It’s up to us to decide how we use it. BY WILL BYRNE …

by Heather Smith
by Maria Luquet

Powered by the EU-funded H2020 SEED project, the European Silver Economy Awards have the goal to reward innovative ICT-enabled solutions and initiatives from all sectors that help to improve the …

by Heather Smith

Greek eHealth Ecosystem of Digital Health meeting was held on 16 April 2018 at the National School of Public Health in Athens. The presentations and panel revolved around the digital …

by Maria Luquet

The consortium of PULSE project (Participatory Urban Living for Sustainable Environments) has met in Belgrade on 4 and 5th of May in order to progress the development of its solutions …

by Heather Smith

Co-creating success in Social Care with Assisted Living Tech The organisers expressed delight with the success of this co-creation event on how technology can help in the area of assisted …

by Maria Luquet

Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem Gathering was held on April 27.  Northern Ireland Social Care Council (NISCC) hosted the conference on behalf of the Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem, a …

by Maria Luquet

The eHealth Ireland Ecosystem was held on the 11th April at NetwellCASALA, PJ Carroll Building, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dublin Rd, Dundalk, Co Louth https://bit.ly/2GA9mga and  explored the challenges and opportunities related to: …

by Heather Smith

Building a European data economy is part of the Digital Single Market strategy. The initiative aims at enabling the best possible use of the potential of digital data to benefit …

by Heather Smith

Author: Robert S. Huckman & Ariel D. Stern, Harvard Business Review In an era where nearly every consumer good and service — from books and groceries to babysitting and shared rides …

by Heather Smith

Republished from: Research Features. In 2011, strategist and consultant Brian O’Connor found himself troubled by the fact that progress in health and social care around the world was being inhibited …

by Maria Luquet

The Valencia Health Ecosystem & the FOCUS EU Project came together to explore “Healthy Ageing in Europe: Where we are and the way ahead” Friday 13th April 2018 offered a very exciting …

by Maria Luquet

Event date: 17 April 2018 As part of the ongoing work to position the GM CHC in the current health innovation landscape, the meeting was organised to share progress and best …

by Maria Luquet
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