In spring 2020, both the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) and DigitalHealthEurope (DHE) are working together to promote their twinning schemes to the people of Europe.
These are real opportunities for sites and regions throughout Europe to get together, meet, and share their experiences. The focus will be on scaling-up digital health and care solutions across Europe.
The twinning schemes will support many different types of Europe’s quadruple helix stakeholders: industry, civil society, academia and governments.
DigitalHealthEurope twinnings: The DHE call focuses on supporting local, regional and national health and care providers in Europe (adopters) that wish to adopt innovative solutions which are available for transfer from another local, regional and national health and care provider (originators) in Europe. More information on the DHE Twinnings.
EIP on AHA twinnings: The EIP on AHA call concentrates on digitally-enabled innovative ICT solutions for health and care delivery for the ageing population. These twinnings are open to Reference Sites that received their Reference Site status as result of the 2019 calls for Reference Sites. More information on the EIP on AHA Twinnings.
Twinning opportunities are available to groups of people, both small and large, with different planning ambitions, diverse levels of capacity, and varying budgetary expectations.
Your opportunity to twin with another organisation or site starts now!
In 2020, two initiatives that support the scaling up digital transformation for health and care in Europe, including in the fields of active and healthy ageing, are working together to promote their twinning schemes. Both the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) and DigitalHealthEurope (DHE) run a twinning scheme.
The two twinning schemes:
To start preparing your successful submission, it is important to take note of some immediate timelines as well as longer-term ones.