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DISH 2nd Consortium Meeting at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences

Last week in Bergen, DISH partners have met for the 2nd Consortium Meeting. The aim of the meeting was to present the status of the project and to the discuss about the next steps.

Publication date: 10th June 2019

DISH Project launched in Denmark

A wide range of eHealth solutions have been developed and proposed so far, with the objective of ensuring good quality care, despite the decrease of resources to the demographic demand.  Some of these solutions are already aiming at supporting health care workers to ensure more transparent communication channels and empowering patients and relatives to better participate in their own health. However, many of these solutions are not deployed to a full potential within the health care providers, namely for lack of sufficient digital skills to make solutions work well across sectors and in a multidisciplinary environment.

Publication date: 25 January 2019

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Publication date: 31st July 2019

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DISH 2ND CONSORTIUM MEETING AT THE WESTERN NORWAY UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

Last week in Bergen, DISH partners have met for the 2nd Consortium Meeting. The aim of the meeting was to present the status of the project and to the discuss about the next steps.

Publication date: 25 January 2019

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DISH PROJECT LAUNCHED IN DENMARK

A wide range of eHealth solutions have been developed and proposed so far, with the objective of ensuring good quality care, despite the decrease of resources to the demographic demand.  Some of these solutions are already aiming at supporting health care workers to ensure more transparent communication channels and empowering patients and relatives to better participate in their own health. However, many of these solutions are not deployed to a full potential within the health care providers, namely for lack of sufficient digital skills to make solutions work well across sectors and in a multidisciplinary environment.

Publication date: 25 January 2019
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