Smart4Health will develop, test and validate a platform prototype for the Smart4Health citizen-centred health
record with integrated abilities for agregation of data, for sharing and for data provision/donorship to the scientific community.
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Citizens secure access to Electronic Health Records and share it across borders.
Supporting data infrastructure, to advance research, disease prevention and personalized health and care.
Facilitating feedback and interaction between patients and healthcare providers, to support prevention and citizen empowerment as well as quality and patient- centred care.
Smart4Health provides an easy-to-use, secure, constantly accessible and portable health data and services prototype within the EU and beyond, enabling:
Citizens managing own and own-generated health data in the EU and beyond.
Citizens digital Health and Care with validated open source interoperability assets and new tools.
Secure, seamless communication of health- related data through clarity and oversight.
Citizens are consulted throughout the process of design and development of Smart4Health.
Citizen-centred health platform compliant with EU legislation.
Citizens secure access to own health data and sharing.
Citizens empowerment to provide feedback and cooperate with healthcare providers.
Citizens empowerment to provide/donate data for societal benefit.
Consortium Coordination: UNINOVA
Scientific Coordination: Hasso Plattner Institute
Topic: SC1-DTH-08-2018 – Prototyping a European interoperable Electronic Health Record (EHR) exchange
Project Identifier: 826117
Maximum Grant Amount: 21,781,120.00 €
Duration: 50 months
Developing, testing and validating along real-world scenarios.
A health data platform developed for you using New York City best practice digital health records
You oversee and manage all the data corresponding to your treatment even if you choose to visit a different medical center every time.
You as a worker are fully in control of preventing back pain at work and at home with a medical doctor on demand.
You as a worker in an intensive care unit in a high technology and robot-supported environment are fully in control of preventing back pain at work.
Access, share and update your health data everywhere in Europe.
You are supported by digital devices during prevention training allowing a sport scientist to monitor your training.
You as a Caregiver are fully in control of preventing back pain at work and at home with a medical doctor on demand.
You are one of many in a fully integrated environment.
Developing the technological framework.
Project coordinator: UNINOVA
Prof. Dr. Ricardo Goncalves
Full Professor, Head UNINOVA CTS/GRIS
UNINOVA – Campus FCT UNL, Quinta da Torre
2829-516 Caparica, Portugal
Scientific Coordinator: HPI
Prof. Dr. Erwin Boettinger
Chair Digital Health – Personalized Medicine
Campus III Building G2
14482 Potsdam, Germany
Executive Assistant to Prof. Boettinger:
Tel.: +49-(0)331 5509-164
Fax: +49-(0)331 5509-163
This project has received funding form the European
Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation
programme under the grant agreement No. 826117.