ENJECT, the European Network for the Joint Evaluation of Connected Health Technologies, recently published a paper outlining results of a survey that was completed in 19 European countries covering topics such as technical integration, eHealth strategic planning, patient engagement in research, and the patient journey.
ENJECT is a COST action that brings together an international consortium, including business and revenue modellers, clinicians, technologists, engineers, economists, ethnographers, and health researchers to help society to answer one question – how to connect therapies, patients, and care-givers to deliver optimum health results in an era of stretched resources and increasing demands. ENJECT aims to improve our understanding of Europe’s varied health systems, markets, and demographics through access to commercial players, datasets, market knowledge, and policy makers across the continent. It is seeding cross-border, interdisciplinary teams and partnerships leading to new collaborations, improved training and professional development opportunities, knowledge and staff exchange, and a European communication platform for Connected Health research.
Chair of this Action and ARCH Principal Investigator Prof Brian Caulfield contributed to the compilation of this report in addition to ARCH researchers.
Read the full report here.