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European Health Telematics Observatory

The role of the European Health Telematics Observatory (EHTO), an accompanying measure of the "Health Telematics" sector of the Telematics Applications specific RTD programme, is to disseminate information on research and development in medical informatics and telematics in Eu...
The role of the European Health Telematics Observatory (EHTO), an accompanying measure of the "Health Telematics" sector of the Telematics Applications specific RTD programme, is to disseminate information on research and development in medical informatics and telematics in Europe and, in particular, on projects financed by the European Community.

In addition to information about projects undertaken within the "Health Telematics" sector, EHTO, which started operating in January 1996, also contains information about the feasibility studies undertaken within the G7 "Global Healthcare Applications" project.

EHTO is designed to make information about developments in health telematics projects available, firstly to participants in other projects funded by the Telematics Applications programme and the European Commission, and secondly to a wider audience, particularly potential users, telecommunications operators and academic institutions.

Information about projects is disseminated through two main channels. EHTO maintains a World Wide Web site, which contains summary information about each project, including contacts for the project coordinators. In addition to the project information, the Web site also includes more general information about the Health sector of the Telematics Applications programme. EHTO also publishes a quarterly Journal, which contains news about EHTO activities and related conferences, features on particular projects, and articles on major topics of interest to the health telematics sector.

Source: European Commission, DG XIII
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