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ImpleMentAll

By our Member OUH (DK)
ImpleMentAll

Getting eHealth implementation right

 

 

Project description

The implementation of eHealth solutions can be time-consuming and costly. Not only is uptake slow, but technologies evolve much faster than implementation processes.

Let’s minimise the gap between technology design and implementation in order to keep providing the best healthcare solutions for patients.

Implementation practices should be based on sound scientific research, and that is exactly what ImpleMentAll does.

ImpleMentAll is an EU-funded project aiming at increasing the provision of new eHealth services to the citizens.

The project aims at having impact on two research and innovation systems. One system relates to the field of psychology and the provision of mental healthcare. The second relates to implementation science.

The project has three major phases:

  • Implementation intervention development
  • Implementation intervention evaluation
  • Finalisation and dissemination of the ItFits-toolkit.

The project is currently in the second phase of intervention evaluation. The trial sites have started using the ItFits-toolkit, and we are collecting the data to assess its performance.

 

Region Syddanmark and Odense University Hospital

The Region of Southern Denmark (represented by the Centre for Innovative Medical Technology at Odense University Hospital) is the Lead Partner of ImpleMentAll. The region is responsible for project management, communication, stakeholder and expert participation, and ethics requirements.

 

What’s in it for EHTEL members?

ImpleMentAll is researching and offering a solution to lengthy, expensive, and failed implementation.
 
The project’s activities can be followed online on https://www.implementall.eu and Twitter (@EU_ImpleMentAll).
 
For partners interested in following the project even closer, the consortium offers an Affiliate Partnership through a Memorandum of Understanding.
 
The project’s final results will be available by March 2021.
 

Contact Project and Communication Manager, Mette Atipei Craggs at mac@rsyd.dk.

 
 

EU222
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 733025. 

 
 
 

***For more information visit the project website***

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