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Supported by the Interreg Central Europe program, this project will establish five territorial living labs in Hungary, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Germany, and Poland. These living labs will serve as collaborative spaces where healthcare organizations, companies, policymakers, patients, and their families can co-create and test digital solutions to enhance patient care. All living labs will form a transnational network to facilitate knowledge sharing and exchange of experiences, led by the Austrian knowledge partner.
“The Health Labs4Value project is a unique opportunity to bring together all the key stakeholders in the healthcare sector to work together to improve patient care,” said Hegedűs István, project coordinator. “We believe that by using the living lab approach, we can develop innovative solutions that are truly patient-centred and that can be scaled up to benefit patients across Europe.”
Territorial Living Labs
At the territorial level, living labs will identify specific challenges and address local needs.
The Health Labs4Value project is expected to run for three years and will have a budget of € 2,19 million. The project is expected to have a significant impact on the healthcare sector in Europe, improving patient care, safety, and efficiency.
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