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12/03/2019
Co-creation is the new trend for developing successful digital health solutions. EHTEL members heard this message loud and clear at the association 2018 Symposium meeting in December. 
 

With the spring of 2019, comes the opportunity to get involved in co-creating digital solutions to more than a dozen core health and care challenges.
 
The difficulties faced by people in the Oulu (Finland), Paris (France), and Murcia (Spain) regions range across the entire life-cycle. Expectant young mothers need answers when monitoring their pregnancies. Older adults face dietary and sleep problems. Many other types of patients and citizens need to self-manage their own health and care.
 
The project inDemand is looking for European companies to solve 4 challenges identified by healthcare professionals.
 
The people in the three local regions will benefit greatly from your company’s solution to their challenges. Meanwhile, you’ll receive financial support – ranging up to 60,000 euros – and retain your intellectual property rights. See:
 

 

If you represent a company that has developed a solution, get ready to submit your proposals for solutions between 16 April and 6 May 2019!

While your proposals can be written in English, ultimately your co-working and co-creating will need to be – as appropriate – in the Finnish, French, or Spanish languages.

To help you get a sense of what co-creation and co-design is about, the InDemand project interviewed three sets of people in charge of finding digital solutions. The initiative invites you to find out more about co-creation success cases, and how companies have lived the inDemand experience:

  • PROWELLNESS (Finland): “Co-creation is the best way to make sure we develop the right solution”
  • SEMEIA (France): “Data in hospitals helps avoid unnecessary hospitalisations” 
  • COSTAISA (Spain): “The inDemand process generates a win-win outcome” 

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