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added this question. 18 Feb, 2015

An integrated health system aims at providing a continuum of health services through the different levels and sites, which implies removing the barriers between primary and secondary care and between health and social care.

But how can this be achieved? Which elements must an integrated care system have? In which areas should reforms be introduced?

Main location: 
Aveiro, Campus de Santiago - Portugal
Interest areas: 
Independent Living
User Involvement
User empowerment
Interoperability
Market barriers
Business models
European Innovation partnership: 
Main location: 
Strasbourg
Interest areas: 
Prevention, Screening & Early Diagnosis
Care & Cure
Independent Living
User Involvement
Evidence-based deployment
User empowerment
Standarization
Innovative Procurement
Interoperability
Market barriers
Business models
Deployment projects: 
SMART CARE
European Innovation partnership: 
Interest areas: 
Independent Living
Interoperability
Market barriers
Business models
Main location: 
Vilanova i la Geltrú, Spain
Interest areas: 
Prevention, Screening & Early Diagnosis
Independent Living
Standarization
Interoperability
Market barriers
European Innovation partnership: 
Main location: 
Murcia, Spain
Interest areas: 
Standarization
Interoperability
Market barriers
Business models
Main location: 
Lyon, France
Interest areas: 
Evidence-based deployment
Interoperability
Market barriers
Business models
Main location: 
Bratislava, Slovakia
Interest areas: 
Prevention, Screening & Early Diagnosis
Care & Cure
Independent Living
User Involvement
Evidence-based deployment
User empowerment
Standarization
Innovative Procurement
Interoperability
Main location: 
Poland
Interest areas: 
Prevention, Screening & Early Diagnosis
Care & Cure
Independent Living
User Involvement
Evidence-based deployment
User empowerment
Standarization
Interoperability
Main location: 
Valencia, Spain
Interest areas: 
Care & Cure
Independent Living
User Involvement
Evidence-based deployment
User empowerment
Standarization
Innovative Procurement
Interoperability
Business models
Deployment projects: 
Not directly
R&D&I Projects: 
2012–2015: "PISCISS Potential to implement services based on collectives of health-care social innovation" (Spanish Ministry of economy and competitiveness – INNCOROPORA Programme). (Ref. num.: PTQ-11-04809)

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