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The Project

The project AdriHealthMob is realized within the Priority 3 of the IPA Adriatic Cross-Border Cooperation Programme and responds to the need to strengthen and integrate the infrastructure networks, promoting the accessibility of Health and Care services.
The project foresees the participation of 15 partners from the eight countries that constitute the Macro-Adriatic Region.
Through the involvement of institutions, universities and research organizations, public and private stakeholders in the Health and Care sector, ICT companies, AdriHealthMob intend to establish a solid partnership. Its task is, through researchs and pilot actions, to systematize a set of procedures (guidelines) that can facilitate the development of a sustainable strategy capable to ensure the citizenship an easy access to Health and Care services.
More specifically, AdriHealthMob focuses on 2 main issues:

  • reducing the not necessary mobility in Health and Care field (with reference to the mobility of professionals as well as the mobility of patients);
  • planning the future investments in the Health and Care sector in order to have excellence centers in the Adriatic Region that can become always more focused in their excellence and open to all Adriatic Area and EU users.

The last part of the project will be focused on the promotion of Recommendations, and to their acquisition by the representatives of the political system of the Macro-Adriatic Region.