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ProEmpower PCP conference will take place on 23 September 2020 10:00 – 11:30 CET. The conference will present the latest developments directly from the ProEmpower project in using ICT to tackle the rising incidence of diabetes mellitus in Europe.

Two solutions have been developed in the project, aimed at improving the treatment and self-management of diabetes patients and supporting healthcare professionals in providing better care. The process followed is called a pre-commercial procurement  (PCP) – a competitive phased R&D approach in which suppliers bid for and develop solutions addressing the unmet needs of healthcare providers (procurers).

Four healthcare providers from Italy, Spain, Turkey and Portugal have been testing the two solutions, with preliminary results indicating improvements in the quality of life of patients and in the management of their condition (reductions in glycated haemoglobin values ranging from 0.12 to 1.2% across pilot sites and solutions).

The conference is specifically aimed at sharing the ProEmpower results with further healthcare providers interested in implementing such solutions, as well as any other stakeholders interested in the topic. The project will be presented, followed by presentations of the two solutions, and the experiences and emerging results collected during the testing period.

Conference agenda

(10:00 - 10:15) Introduction to the ProEmpower PCP 

(10:15 - 10:30) The DM4All solution 

(10:30 - 10:45) The DiaWatch solution 

(10:45 - 11:05) Pilot experiences and first evaluation results 

(11:05 - 11:25) Questions and answers 

(11:25 - 11:30) Final remarks 

 

Register for the conference: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/123192990645237008

 

 

Practical information

Date : 23/09/2020 Location : Online Time: 10:00 > 11:30

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  • NHS National Services Scotland
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