We are pleased to welcome the Sweden – Health & Welfare Technology Ecosystem. Read the interesting interview with Dr. Sarah Wamala Andersson, Professor of Health and Welfare Technology Mälardalens University and the ecosystem Coordinator below.
Who are the key stakeholders?
Academia, health and social care providers and professionals, decision- and policymakers in regional government, municipalities, and government agencies, civil society, technology developers and research/innovation centers.
What are the main objectives of your ecosystems?
The main objective of this ecosystem is to create a real-world evidence-based platform that supports successful implementation of health and welfare technology and effective decision-making processes in the system delivery of health and social care services aimed at promoting health and well-being, preventing diseases, disease management and healthy aging from a person-centered perspective..
Specific objectives include:
Why did you join the ECHAlliance Network of Ecosystems?
To connect with other ecosystems and working groups within EU and other regions. We hope to learn, share, collaborate, co-produce and together with others make life better for others.
Who is missing from your ecosystem in terms of stakeholders?
Multi stakeholders from EU and other regions
Which ecosystems are you looking to collaborate with?
Ecosystems and working groups related to health and social care sector (private and public), technology developers, researchers, civil societies and patient groups.
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