EIP ON AHA TRACK
MONDAY 12 MAY, 11:00-13:00
Workshop: Utilising European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) in Active and Healthy Ageing
This hands-on learning session is designed to provide practical advice to members of the EIP AHA Community wishing to seek European Structural and Investment Funds to support their Active and Healthy Ageing initiatives.
MONDAY 12 MAY & TUESDAY 13 MAY
Scaling up innovations in Active and Healthy Ageing
A series of 4 sessions running on Monday and Tuesday within the EIP AHA track will focus on “scaling up innovations in Active and Healthy Ageing”. The sessions will present a European strategy to facilitate this scale-up, including the latest scaling-up plans from Members States and regions, as well as examples of successful scale-up practices from across Europe and of stakeholder ecosystems working on scaling up innovations. The sessions will also examine how to assess “scale-up readiness” and address issues such as stakeholder buy-in, financial engineering, service re-design and change management.
The EIP AHA & Connected Health Ecosystems working together for scaling up innovation – 15:00-17:15, MONDAY 12 MAY
The EIP AHA Scale-up Strategy and examples from Reference Sites – 10:00-11:30, TUESDAY 13 MAY
Assessing readiness for scaling up innovations in AHA – 14:00-15:30, TUESDAY 13 MAY
Scaling Up Good Practices of EIP AHA Action Groups – 16:00-17:30, TUESDAY 13 MAY
WEDNESDAY 14 MAY, 10:30-13:00
The Silver Economy: reaping the benefits of industrial innovation in Active and Healthy Ageing
The session will examine impact of demographic change and the opportunities for industrial participation in the EIP AHA. In particular, the ways in which scaling up can provide benefits for citizens, health and care systems, as well as jobs and sustainable growth.
WEDNESDAY 14 MAY, 14:00 – 16:00
Evidence and Decision-Making for better and more efficiently caring citizens: going beyond pilots
Several EU funded pilots have been launched to deploy innovative telemedicine services and integrated care services across almost all of Europe’s regions. A key learning from the Renewing Health pilot is that, a “real-life” based approach (as opposed to randomised controlled trial) is needed to best assess the economic and organisational impact. As a result, United4health and Smart Care are already applying this approach in the field of health, with Smart Care adding the social care dimension.
The session will explore the experiences from these pilots and examine how we can move beyond pilots to widespread telemedicine and integrated care services.
Please note that details about the Sessions are not final. The programme is subject to changes.