Blue Science Park has been granted the eHealth Innovation project. The objective of the project is to create growth in companies in the field of eHealth by increasing the innovation capacity of public actors in seven pilot projects.
Blue Science Park has been working with eHealth since 2013, through the SICAHT project, combining the region’s experience of Telecom/IT with needs in healthcare. – We have been working with eHealth for several years. Our experience is that the most important thing we can do to create growth in this area is to support public actors in their innovation efforts, says Stefan Malmström, Business Developer eHealth at Blue Science Park.
The objective of the project is to create growth in companies in the field of eHealth by increasing the innovation capacity of public actors in seven pilot projects. The eHealth Innovation project is co-financed by ERDF, Region Blekinge, Landstinget Blekinge, Blekinge municipalities and Region Skåne. The project’s turnover is almost SEK 14 million during the project period 2018-05-01 to 2021-08-31.
Together with public actors and the business world we will implement development processes for innovation in the eHealth area, thereby helping them increase their development and innovation capabilities, says Charlott Clementz, Expert on needs eHealth at Blue Science Park.
For more information:
Charlott Clementz, Expert on needs eHealth, Blue Science Park, 0708-286 220.
About Blue Science
Park Blue Science Park is an innovation environment that strengthens Blekinge’s position in the focus areas of Telecom/IT, eHealth and Marine technology through collaboration between industry, Blekinge University of Technology, Karlskrona Municipality and Blekinge County Council. We currently have about 80 members. Our expertise is unique since we have the entire ecosystem here in place, from research and education to manufacturing companies and advanced users. For more information, visit www.bluesciencepark.se.