The European telemedicine market grew from $3.1 billion in 2010 to $4.8 billion in 2011 and will almost triple to $12.6 billion in 2019 at a CAGR of 12.82% over the next five years.
This study seeks to identify the different requirements placed on healthcare providers wishing to either establish themselves in another European Member State (MS), or provide cross-border services in one MS whilst being established in another. The focus of the study was on cross-border General Practitioners (GPs) (including provision of online consultations and ePrescriptions), physiotherapists, medical laboratories, and hospitals setting up subsidiaries across borders.
The Office of Standards and Interoperability has released a new update version 2.0.2 wifis. The objective of the WiFIS project is to standardize and integrate all processes among health institutions, so that they can be connected to each other using a central platform, avoiding the network of point-to-point connections that complicates and makes more expensive the interconnection between centers.
“How to secure an e-health App relating to personal data? What are the rules to be complied?”
The Silver Economy Awards is a new initiative to reward ICT-based innovative solutions that improve the lives of European seniors and support the growth of the European Silver Economy. If you offer such a solution and you represent a public authority, non-for-profit or for profit organisation, you can apply until 15 November 2017.