Cross4Health aims at supporting collaborative health innovation solutions of SMEs from Aerospace, Energy, and the Creative industries working together with health-related SMEs from sectors such as Biotechnology, ICT and Medical Devices. Up to 40 SMEs selected in the 2nd OPEN CALLS will receive support worth up to €55 000. Need a partner? Participate in the online Team Building event on 9 January 2019 organised by Aerospace Valley.
The call is open to proposals on cross health solutions based on a combination of different sectors. Each team submitting a proposal needs a minimum of 2 legal entities, including the lead SME from 2 different EU Member states or H2020 Associated countries.
The following three key challenges are proposed for the 2nd call:
Early detection and diagnoses: Remote monitoring and self-testing solutions to provide reliable save and accurate diagnostic measurements which benefits improve ability to detect and treat sickness at an earlier stage.
Remote patient support: Smarter individualized tools to encourage treatment adherence and consistency increasing health care efficiency for the individual patient and for the health care system.
Patient management process: Logistic support solutions and diagnosis/decision support systems to improve planning and patient flow for better use of proper allocation of resources.
The Cross4Health 2nd Open Call will remain open till the 18th of February 2019 at 17:00 CET.
To find partners for your application get registered and team up using the Cross4Health Matchmaking Tool: https://cross4health.eu/private/register.html, or join the online Team Building event on 9 January 2019: https://cross4health.eu/second-team-building.html organised by Aerospace Valley, one of our consortium member.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 731391.
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