Working groups reflect specific areas of interest that feed up into overarching ENJECT objectives.
Economics and Impact
An ENJECT Working Group
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In order to address stakeholder concerns within the Connected Health domain, an increase in the knowledge-base in the following key areas is needed: contextual factors influencing the impact of care models; the cost savings associated with connected health solutions; adoption and implementation models, connected health economy model, and standards within a regulatory framework; and importantly for the sustainability of a connected health ecosystem, commercial exploitation models that are economically, socially and environmentally sustainable.
Asst Prof Ioanna Chouvarda, Leader.
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