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Antilope - Adoption and take up of standards and profiles for eHealth Interoperability

The European Commission launched the Thematic Network project Antilope in 2013 in order to promote the use of standards and profiles for eHealth interoperability and foster their adoptions across the European Union.

Antilope - Adoption and take up of standards and profiles for eHealth Interoperability

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Antilope (www.antilope-project.eu) is supported by leading International standardisation bodies and will - e.g. through 10 regional summits throughout Europe -highlight the critical role played by a European Interoperability Framework, by an interoperability Quality Management System, by supportive test tools and by quality labels and certificates for interoperable solutions.

This will be achieved through the initial production of high quality documentation to be used in multi-stakeholder, multi-country work-shops where experts, opinion lead-ers and decision makers will be confronted with that material and will be encouraged to implement the ANTILOPE actions in order to deploy eHealth interoperability. Issues and barriers will be recorded and solutions proposed.

Four workpackages are defined to provide guidelines, recommendations and frameworks based on a set of use cases, related profiles and standards, Interoperability Quality Management System, testing guidelines and Certifi-cation process. The scalability of the results from the preparation phase to the EIP on Active and Healthy Ageing is also considered. All the deliverables will be presented for validation and promotion by organizing workshops across Europe covering a region of countries based on proximity.

The consortium includes the required ex-pertise by mixing a core group in charge of the production of the documentation, the expert partners bringing the specific ex-pertise and the supportive validation part-ners in charge of the organization of the workshops for the dissemination of the Antilope recommendations among all stakeholders in their geographical area. These beneficiaries represent standards (development) bodies, national or regional health authorities, competence centers and other directly relevant organizations.

EHTEL - through its EHTEL/ELO manages the contribution of leading eHealth competence centres in Europe to Antilope, as part of the Supporting Expert Partners Group.

Antilope is a thematic network partially funded by the European Commission under the ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP) as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP).

Visit the Project Homepage (www.antilope-project.eu)

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