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mHealth label published

The new technical specification on a quality label for health and wellness apps has been published by ISO, CEN and IEC.

The DigitalHealthEurope project expert roundtables summary

DigitalHealthEurope expert roundtables on health data sharing and use are already available online. Roundtables were dedicated to the three topics: legal challenges in using health data, health data standards and interoperability and cloud technology in health data. Each workshop was attended by experts from related fields to discuss the issue at hand, map the scene, identify crucial points and think about innovative measures to tackle the identified challenges. More details about the discussions in the roundtables can be found in the summary document.

International buyers group CRANE prepares new pre-commercial procurement on chronic diseases

Healthcare buyers from Sweden, Spain, Denmark and Norway are joining forces in the CRANE buyers group to implement together a pre-commercial procurement. Aim is to trigger innovation across Europe to improve the comprehensive treatment of chronic diseases in rural areas. The Horizon 2020 funded CRANE project has just started beginning of June.

EU Digital COVID Certificate: EU Gateway goes live with seven countries one month ahead of deadline

The EU Digital COVID Certificate has reached another important milestone with the go-live of the technical system at EU level, which allows to verify certificates in a secure and privacy-friendly way. The EU certificate was proposed by the Commission to resume safe travelling this summer. It will be free of charge, secure and accessible to all. Available in digital format or on paper, it will be a proof that a person has been vaccinated against COVID-19, tested negative, or recovered from an infection.

Open market consultation: Tele-rehabilitation of patients in Isolated Areas

The ROSIA buyers group of health procurers from Spain, Ireland and Portugal invites potentially interested bidders to participate in the open market consultation that will take place between June-August in preparation of their upcoming pre-commercial procurement. Upcoming online consultation meetings on: 16 June (in Spanish), 30 June (in Portuguese), 25 and 28 June (in English). The aim is to develop comprehensive all-in-one services supported by an open ICT platform which will integrate tele-rehabilitation and monitoring for self-care, implementation of new care pathways fostering community