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Join the process towards the 'Baltic Sea Region as one test site for development of health care products and services'

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A process has in 2014 been initiated aiming for the 'Baltic Sea Region as one test site for development of health care products and services'. If successful this is a huge benefit for SMEs which faster and easier can bring their innovations to the market and it improves the health care offered to patients. For the regions it means more efficient use of existing research and innovation infrastructure and economic development. Read more http://scanbalt.org/press/news%20archive/view?id=3288
The process currently consists in five mutually coordinated sup-topics of which one received EU Seed Money and one is an ongoing Horizon 2020 funded project. The five sub-topics are:

HealthShare: Fighting hospital acquired infections and bacterial resistance in the Baltic Sea region with new diagnostic tools and services. Received EU Seed Money. Part of the EUSBSR flagship HealthRegion. Concept note delivered to Interreg. Read more http://scanbalt.org/press/news%20archive/view?id=3286

InnoDataShare: Sharing existing health data infrastructures to facilitate innovative health-related product development in the Baltic Sea region. Part of the EUSBSR flagship HealthRegion. Concept note delivered to Interreg. Read more http://scanbalt.org/press/news%20archive/view?id=3289

The Baltic Fracture Competence Centre, BFCC: Leveraging knowledge for better care in ageing societies in the Baltic Sea Region. Part of the EUSBSR flagship HealthRegion. Concept note delivered to Interreg. Read more http://scanbalt.org/press/news%20archive/view?id=3294

InnoHealth: Gateway to validate health innovations by user involvement in the Baltic Sea region. Concept note delivered to Interreg. Read more http://scanbalt.org/press/news%20archive/view?id=3290

DanuBalt: Novel Approaches in Tackling the Health Innovation and Research Divide in the Danube and Baltic Sea Region. Funded by Horizon2020. Part of the EUSBSR flagship HealthRegion. See www.danubalt.eu

The process continues in 2015 with the steps below:

- Presentation 'Baltic Sea Region as one test site for development of health care products and services' during the session 'Innovations and cross-border infrastructures for a better Health Care in the Baltic Sea Region' 16 June at the EUSBSR stakeholder meeting in Jürmala, follow updates http://www.balticsea-region-strategy.eu/

- Exhibition booth 'Baltic Sea Region as one test site for development of health care products and services' 15-16 June at the EUSBSR stakeholder meeting in Jürmala

- DanuBalt Stakeholder Forum (H2020) 'Baltic Sea Region as one test and development site for health care products and services' 17 June in Jürmala, see http://scanbalt.org/press/news+archive/view?id=3301

- Baltic Sea Region Health and Bio Economy Project Accelerator Day and ScanBalt Forum, Stockholm, 8 September, see http://scanbalt.org/press/news+archive/view?id=3316

- Plenary session 'Baltic Sea Region as one test and development site for health care products and services' at the Nordic Life Science Days, Stockholm, 9-10 September, see http://www.nlsdays.com/

If you as a potential stakeholder would like more information or would like to be involved in the process towards the 'Baltic Sea Region as one test site for development of health care products and services' please do not hesitate to contact us.

It should be noted that just within the last three months four investors, one region and two industries have signed up with their support to the process in addition to the many existing partners and stakeholders already involved.

Contact: pf@scanbalt.org

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