ENJECT ‘European Network for the Joint Evaluation of Connected Health Technology
ENJECT is a 4-year research coordination project funded by COST- the longest trans-national cooperation among researchers, engineers, and scholars across Europe. ENJECT falls within the realm of Connected Health Research which focuses on a new technology-enabled model of healthcare delivery and encompasses terms such as wireless, digital, electronic, mobile, and tele-health. All stakeholders in the process are ‘connected’ by means of timely sharing and presentation of accurate and pertinent information regarding patient status through smarter use of data, devices, communication platforms, and people. ENJECT brings together an international network, including business and revenue modellers, clinicians, technologists, engineers, economists, ethnographers and health researchers, to help society to answer one question – how to connect therapies, patients and care-givers to deliver optimum health results in an era of stretched resources and increasing demands.
ENJECT will deliver unprecedented access to an understanding of Europe’s varied health systems, markets and demographics. Access to commercial players, datasets, market knowledge, and policy makers across the continent will be ensured through the high profile, interdisciplinary, and international experts involved in the programme.
ENJECT will seed cross-border, interdisciplinary teams and partnerships leading to new collaborations, improved training and professional development opportunities, knowledge and staff exchange, and a European communication platform for Connected Health research.
ENJECT includes collaborations with higher education institutions (HEIs) and organisations based internationally in Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Lithuania, Malta, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and the UK.