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empirica participates in International Patient Summary...

eHealth

On 15-16 October 2018, empirica was part of a the Trillium II team present at the 5th European Union Module Exercise (EU MODEX-Ro) in Bucharest, Romania. The team’s goal was to evaluate the International Patient Summary (IPS) in the context of a disaster management and emergency response exercise.

empirica pre-commercial procurement project ProEmpower...

eHealth

empirica pre-commercial procurement project ProEmpower...

eCare & Ageing

The ProEmpower pre-commercial procurement (PCP) started its second phase in July 2018. After three months of preparations, the first version of prototypes for a diabetes management solution has emerged.

empirica present at 3rd Africa Health Business Symposium in...

eHealth

“Achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in Africa: Stronger Together” was the topic of the 3rd Africa Health Business Symposium in Johannesburg, South Africa, Oct. 08 to 09, 2018. Karl Stroetmann from empirica presented a vision for African Digital Health Ecosystems.

Digital Health in Africa – Implementation Guide published by...

Research & Innovation

Digital Health in Africa – Implementation Guide published by...

eHealth

In recent months, empirica Communication & Technology Research Institute in Bonn, Germany, developed a Guide on a “Digital Health Ecosystem for African countries”. It provides for well-grounded, experience-based yet succinct instructions for public and private actors when establishing holistic...

New version of the MAFEIP Tool

eCare & Ageing

New version of the MAFEIP Tool

eHealth

The MAFEIP study (Support Services for the Management and Utilization of Monitoring and Assessment of the EIP-MAFEIP Tool) was carried out by Open Evidence (coordinator) and empirica between November 2016 and 2017. The study facilitated the further development and use of the MAFEIP tool by members...

EDI-Net Policy paper on critical requirements for smart...

Energy

EDI-Net collected evidence that municipalities are restricted from or have limited access to smart metering data recorded in their buildings. Even in countries where metering roll-out is well progressed near-time utilisation of sub-hourly data is, in practice, often not possible to help achieve...