This digital tool helps you understand how medical device regulations apply to your product in order to obtain a CE mark certificate.
Oxford Global Guidance (OGG) is aimed at people working in the area of medical devices.
You should have a product or idea you are developing and approximately 20 minutes to complete the questions in this tool (times may vary depending on the answers given).
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the advice provided is comprehensive and as up to date as possible, it is only of a general nature and should not be used as a substitute for consultation with legal and regulatory professionals.
Database of European health startups/scaleups, funding rounds, and investors; all relevant information in one portal. Create a profile and receive personalized recommendations and updates.
DISQOVER is an intuitive knowledge discovery platform for organizations in life sciences and healthcare, allowing you explore and connect data from disparate sources to uncover new insights.
MAFEIP is a web-based tool with the purpose of estimating the health and economic outcomes of a large variety of social and technological innovations.
It enables early impact assessments of an innovative process in the health and care sector. Using this tool can help decision-makers to take informed decisions about the future design of this innovative process or about its deployment on a larger scale (this is the “decision to invest”).
MAFEIP can also help, at a later stage of the innovation development, to precisely assess its value for citizens and other stakeholders (this is the “decision to buy”).
The European “Blueprint on Digital Transformation of Health and Care for the Ageing Society” reflected the common policy vision of European policy makers, civil society, professional organisations and industry on how innovation can transform health and care provision in our ageing society. As a shared policy vision, the Blueprint guided the efforts of the EIP on AHA Action Groups and Reference Sites. The Blueprint was also seen as an evolution. Engaged stakeholders called “Blueprint Partners” contributed to advancing the Blueprint vision.
Related to the Blueprint, a set of 12 personas aimed at identifying the health and care needs of the population was created, and a set of guides providing an introduction to various digital health implementation landscapes.
The SCIROCCO Exchange Knowledge Management Hub aims to maximise the value of the existing evidence and experience in integrated care in order to improve the capacity of countries, regions and organisations to adopt and scale up integrated care by:
- Facilitating understanding of local readiness, needs and priorities for the adoption and scaling-up of integrated care by using SCIROCCO Exchange online self-assessment tool.
- Improving access to readily available evidence on integrated care.
- Co-designing personalised support for those seeking support to prepare the ground for transition and/or improve existing system design for integrated care by facilitating tailored knowledge transfer activities.
- Utilising outcomes of knowledge transfer and capacity-building activities to co-design improvement planning that is tailored to the local context, maturity and aspirations of European regions and organisations.