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EU4Health – Action grants for developing a pilot project for an EU infrastructure ecosystem for the secondary use of health data for research, policy-making and regulatory purposes – 2021

The EU4Health Programme aims at improving human health throughout the Union and ensuring a high level of protection of human health in all Union policies and activities.

2022-01-25
5 million euro
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Appeal framework

Institution European Commission
Sectors Health
Beneficiaries
Regions European Economic Area, European Union
Details
  • Countries associated to the EU4Health Programme;
  • Countries which are in ongoing negotiations for an association agreement and where the agreement enters into force before grant signature.

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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives

  • To demonstrate and prove the value of an infrastructure and data ecosystem for the reuse of health data and assess the ability to scale towards a Union-wide infrastructure, as a core component of the European Health Data Space;
  • To reduce risks and unknowns regarding a Union-wide large-scale deployment of an infrastructure for reuse of health data;
  • To contribute to a better understanding of the challenges towards the European Health Data Space.

Priorities

  • Priority 1: develop technological building blocks for an IT and data infrastructure to enable EU-wide reuse of health data;
  • Priority 2: deployment of a working IT infrastructure consisting of, at least, 5 nodes and connection with central services enabling Union-wide reuse of health data;
  • Priority 3: report of the assessment performed on the proposed standards and technological building blocks, including opinion on effectiveness and potential to scale towards a Union-wide solution;
  • Priority 4: report on candidate legal and governance arrangements for a digital infrastructure
    for efficient cross border reuse of health data.

Among financed actions

  • Define and select, jointly with the provider of central services, key use cases that build on health data made available by the consortium partners to demonstrate added value of cross-country reuse of health data for policymaking, regulatory and research activities;
  • Elicit requirements (business, functional and non-functional) for an IT and data infrastructure (nodes and central services) to enable Union-wide reuse of health data;
  • Design, jointly with the provider of central services, the architecture and the specifications for the building blocks necessary for an IT infrastructure (nodes and central services) to enable Union-wide reuse of health data;
  • Develop, customise or integrate technology, jointly with the provider of central services;
  • Deploy, at partner level, the nodes, in conformity with the design specifications, and connect them to both the national infrastructure and to the central services;
  • Run the selected use cases over the implemented IT infrastructure (validation of the process);
  • Assess the performance of the selected standards and technological building blocks used and their ability to scale towards a Union-wide infrastructure;
  • Provide feedback on legal and governance arrangements for efficient cross-border reuse of health data in the context of the pilot project.

Additional information

  • This call for proposals is an open call for proposals.
  • Initial duration of the project: between 12 and 36 months.

Eligibility

  • Be a legal entity (public or private bodies) created under Union law or an international organisation;
  • Be established in one of the eligible countries.
Financement
  • Amount of the grant: 5 million euro;
  • Co-financing rate: up to 80% of eligible costs.

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