Duration: 1.10.2020 – 30.9.2021
Project partners: Turku Science Park Ltd (Lead Partner), Innovation Skåne AB and ScanBalt MTÜ
Funding: EU Interreg Baltic Sea Region. Total budget 50 000 €
Project in a nutshell: There is a need to create new ICT solutions for healthcare that would save the costs while increasing the efficiency and cost-benefit ratio of healthcare. DNA focuses to map the state of play and to develop a working and funding plan for a main project. The main project will focus and provide value and outcomes in 1) co-creation, validation and feedback from the doctors and end-users, 2) market entry preparation phase and 3) regulatory frameworks.
Contact person in ScanBalt: Sven Parkel
30 November 2020
Public Health Data Bootcamp, 10-14 December 2020