CONNECAREProject reference: 689802
Funded under :
Personalised Connected Care for Complex Chronic Patients
Total cost:EUR 4 964 189,25
EU contribution:EUR 4 964 188,75
Call for proposal:H2020-PHC-2015-single-stageSee other projects for this call
Funding scheme:RIA - Research and Innovation action
The ambition of the CONNECARE consortium is to co-design, develop, deploy, and evaluate a novel smart, adaptive integrated care system for chronic care management. This will save European healthcare organisations huge sums whilst improving patient outcomes. The consortium contains all the necessary partners to ensure success.
Based on the concept of 4P medicine, CONNECARE will provide decision support for the adaptive management of personalised clinical pathways and will deliver tools to monitor patients’ activities and status, thus empowering them and providing them with recommendations to self-manage their condition, resulting in substantial improvements in their quality of life.
The three dimensions underpinning the required proposed paradigm shift are:
1. Organisational: making health and social care systems interoperable, promoting collaboration among care settings, and moving from institutional reactive care to a home-based preventive model.
2. Care and social services: addressing health risk prediction by combining already operational population-based tools with a patient-based five-dimension scoring strategy consisting of i) screening, ii) risk stratification, iii) mapping, iv) intervention, and v) surveillance.
3. Technological: delivering a CONNECARE system which leverages existing assets from partners to offer smart Adaptive Case Management, self-management and 3-level monitoring features, fully integrated with management systems in place.
An iterative patient-centred co-design process will ensure a progressive refinement of model and tools, providing foundations for adoption and transferability. In addition, clinical trials will be held in three leading-light regions in integrated care uptake –Catalonia, Israel, and Groningen – to evidence improvements in outcomes and efficiency. Consortium members are active in the EIP AHA B3 Action Group; transfer of results to relevant stakeholders across Europe, beyond the stakeholders in CONNECARE, is guaranteed.
EU contribution: EUR 802 374,5
AVENIDA UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA 23
08290 CERDANYOLA DEL VALLES (BARCELONA)
EU contribution: EUR 596 558
CALLE ROSSELLO 149 PUERTA BJS
EU contribution: EUR 469 375
CALLE ALCALDE ROVIRA ROURE 80
EU contribution: EUR 558 750
HABARZEL ST 20 RAMAT HACHAYIL
69710 TEL AVIV
EU contribution: EUR 516 250
EU contribution: EUR 530 850
9713 GZ GRONINGEN
EU contribution: EUR 334 725
De Deimten 9A
9747 AV Groningen
EU contribution: EUR 297 062,5
VIA UNIVERSITA 4
EU contribution: EUR 517 901,25
EU contribution: EUR 340 342,5
VICTORIA ROAD SALTS MILL
BD18 3LA SALTAIRE WEST YORKSHIRE