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H2020

VALUeHEALTH

Project ID: 643847
Finanziato nell'ambito di

Establishing the value and business model for sustainable eHealth services in Europe - VALUeHEALTH

Dal 2015-04-01 al 2017-06-30, progetto concluso | VALUeHEALTH Sito web

Dettagli del progetto

Costo totale:

EUR 999 818,13

Contributo UE:

EUR 849 755,63

Coordinato in:

France

Invito a presentare proposte:

H2020-PHC-2014-single-stageSee other projects for this call

Meccanismo di finanziamento:

CSA - Coordination and support action

Obiettivo

Deliverables

  • Value propositions with regard to interoperability

    This deliverable will publish stakeholder-specific value propositions for interoperability, building on those developed by SemanticHealthNet, using inputs from epSOS and EXPAND deliverables, taking into account the use cases of WP 1 and the expected benefits to key stakeholders of the VALUeHEALTH Alliance.

  • Costed design & deployment roadmap for prioritised eHealth services

    This deliverable will define an implementation plan for each service, including the costs of development and deployment, which need to be added to the costs of developing the assets identified in D4.2 in order to arrive at a total cost for each interoperability service. It will also define and cost the operating model and the architecture platform needed to support these services.

  • Asset development methodology corresponding to priorised interoperability services

    Using worked examples derived from the use cases, this deliverable will work though the assets needed to deliver the necessary interoperability, grouping the assets – possible across multiple SDOs and possibly including the need for new assets – required for each function. Importantly, this deliverable will critically determine how well the different standards can be used together

  • Adoption and Incentives Roadmap

    This deliverable will provide recommendations, presented primarily as an adoption and incentives roadmap and scale up strategies, that will contribute to the planning of the CEF regarding the deployment of cross-border eHealth services. This will focus on the use cares prioritised by WP1.

  • Prioritised use cases

    This deliverable will enrich and extend the use cases provided in D 1.1, and importantly will indicate their extent of prioritisation through consultation with member state representatives. The prioritisation methodology, including risk assessment, will also be summarised in this deliverable.

  • eHealth interoperability service architecture for prioritised use cases

    This deliverable will outline the functional needs for interoperability services for the existing European cross-border use cases. Using the additional use cases provided by WP1, this deliverable will specify further the set of services, and outline the assets, needed to support the successful delivery of that interoperable capability.

  • Roadmap of consolidated prioritised use cases

    This deliverable will consolidate the use cases that were presented initially in the project, after having examined the feasibility and implementation strategy through other work packages. This would be a final proposed set of use cases for European endorsement and adoption.

  • VALUe(HEALTH) Chains: Consensus Statements of key Value Chain participants on sustainability initiatives

    This deliverable will build on the value propositions developed by WP2, to construct well defined value chains joining up different stakeholders who need to collaborate in order to enable the scaled up delivery, adoption, use and benefits realisation from interoperability, with a focus on sustainability.

  • Business plan and sustainability plan beyond the CEF

    This final business plan will consolidate the key results of each other WP in VALUeHEALTH, packed in a way that enables different stakeholders working at national and European levels to assimilate the recommendations applicable to them, the resource investments they will need to martial, and importantly the business benefits they should anticipate, and when.

  • Adoption challenges and success strategies: Preparing for a draft adoption and incentives roadmap

    This deliverable will present the most relevant challenges that have to be tackled in order to scale up the adoption of eHealth interoperable solutions for the chosen business use cases, including legal, regulatory, data protection, and organisational barriers, and the present limited evidence of benefits from interoperability. It will also propose some key drivers for adoption.

  • Business model report for CEF sustainability up to and beyond 2020

    This deliverable will present the final VALUeHEALTH business model framework accompanied by a strategic sustainability plan, to support the deployment and sustainability of use cases at European and national levels. This will include a a strategic plan for CEF, describing the recommended self-sustainable interoperable strategies leading to 2020 and beyond.

  • VALUeHEALTH Alliance-Proposals for stakeholder engagement for cross border eHealth sustainability beyond CEF

    This deliverable will present the rationale and methods for engaging with an Alliance of multiple stakeholders, who will contribute expert input and discussions across the WPs of VALUeHEALTH.

  • Example use cases and classification scheme

    This deliverable will present a series of interoperability use cases that have been derived from existing publications, including the CEF. They will be organised thematically and also classified by other axes that are considered useful by the consortium stakeholders.

  • Final Report including communication and financial report.

    This report will summarise the key areas of scientific and managerial activity and results, dissemination activities and the financial status of the partners at the end of the project. An EC specified template will be used for this report.

  • Cost-benefit assessment report

    This deliverable will report on a state-of-the-art cost-benefit assessment (CBA), that will be conducted by VALUeEHALTH to establish the value of interoperability compared to current practices, from the perspective of public and private healthcare service payers.

  • Project Website launch

    This deliverable will be a brief report to confirm that the project has established a public web site to promote the project and to engage targeted sectors to provide inputs on areas of consultation needed by each WP.

Publications

Publications not available

Coordinatore

EUROPEAN INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH RECORDS
France

Contributo UE: EUR 150 421,88


RUE DU MARECHAL DE LATTRE DE TASSIGNY 8
59000 LILLE
France
Activity type: Research Organisations

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Partecipanti

MINISTERE DES AFFAIRES SOCIALES ET DE LA SANTE
France

Contributo UE: EUR 48 750


AVENUE DUQUESNE 14
75350 PARIS CEDEX
France
Activity type: Public bodies (excluding Research Organisations and Secondary or Higher Education Establishments)

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NHS HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE INFORMATION CENTRE
United Kingdom

Contributo UE: EUR 75 000


BOAR LANE TREVELYAN SQUARE 1
LS1 6AE Leeds
United Kingdom
Activity type: Public bodies (excluding Research Organisations and Secondary or Higher Education Establishments)

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REGIONE LOMBARDIA
Italy

Contributo UE: EUR 70 000


PIAZZA CITTA DI LOMBARDIA 1
20124 MILANO
Italy
Activity type: Public bodies (excluding Research Organisations and Secondary or Higher Education Establishments)

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SPMS - SERVICOS PARTILHADOS DO MINISTERIO DA SAUDE EPE
Portugal

Contributo UE: EUR 19 647,51


AVENIDA DA REPUBLICA, 61
1050-189 LISBOA
Portugal
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)

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EMPIRICA GESELLSCHAFT FUER KOMMUNIKATIONS- UND TECHNOLOGIE FORSCHUNG MBH
Germany

Contributo UE: EUR 150 187,50


OXFORDSTRASSE 2
53111 BONN
Germany
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)

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DATA MINING INTERNATIONAL SA
Switzerland

Contributo UE: EUR 0


ROUTE DE L'AEROPORT 29-31
1215 GENEVA
Switzerland
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)

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RESEARCH IN ADVANCED MEDICAL INFORMATION AND TELEMATICS VZW
Belgium

Contributo UE: EUR 282 873,13


SINT ANNASTRAAT 45
9630 ZWALM
Belgium
Activity type: Research Organisations

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EUROPEAN HEALTH TELEMATICS ASSOCIATION
Belgium

Contributo UE: EUR 52 875,61


AVENUE DE TERVUREN 168 BOITE 2
1150 BRUXELLES
Belgium
Activity type: Research Organisations

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