Innovation

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 At its heart, innovation is the creation and exchange of ideas. It involves the creation and adoption of something new that provides value. In order to realise value in organisations six vectors can be used to realise and deliver value.

  • Vision

  • Technology

  • Business Case

  • Process Change

  • Organisational Change

  • Societal Change

Unless such vectors are managed in tandem, the chances of innovation success are significantly reduced (Curley and Salmelin, 2018, p. 132).

Across EU member states performance on innovation continues at a steady pace. The European Innovation Scorecard demonstrated by member states comparative analysis of innovation performance.

The EU Innovation Radar Platform details information about EU-funded innovations from high-quality projects visible and accessible to the public.  Here we provide links to some relevant innovative research projects relating to health and interoperability listed by the Commission.

 

Examples of Innovative Radar Projects

Searching the innovation radar platform with a key word of health across EU member states provided 6345 projects, 59 of which are listed to include Ireland.

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InteropEHRate

This innovation was developed under the Horizon 2020 project 

End Date 30/06/2022

SDS-OmiProbe

This innovation was developed under the Horizon 2020 project End Date 31/07/2021

Care-Analytics

ProACT targets Europe’s 50 million multi morbid patients to proactively self-manage 31/08/2019

Smart4Health

Applications that allows users to collect, manage and share health related data throughout the EU

EUOS - European Observatory for ICT Standardisation 
Towards a European Ecosystem