INTENCIVE: INnovation and Technology ENhancing Customer OrIented Health SerVicEs
Framework: Interreg Europe
Duration of the project: 01.08.2019-31.01.2023
Aim of the project:
INTENCIVE seeks to re-think and re-plan health services in the aging society using genuine customer orientation and innovation-driven health technology to guarantee high quality and accessibility.
The overall objective of the project is to improve the implementation of the relevant policies and programmes in the partner regions and influence the ERDF Regional Operational Programs or Regional Strategies.
The project aims to map the innovations in health technology and the good practices of how those are used in the health services in the partner regions. Thanks to the analysis of best practices found and the exchange of experience, each partner region will be assisted in finding the potential new approaches for planning and organizing their health services.
- Regional Council of South Ostrobothnia (FI) - Lead partner
- Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences (FI)
- Pannon Business Network Association (HU)
- Ministry for Gozo (MT)
- ID2Santé, Innovation and development of the healthcare sector in Bretagne (FR)
- IDIVAL - Valdecilla Biomedical Research Institute (ES)
Activity of PBN:
PBN as one of the most respected, key organization of regional development in the West Pannon region has been growing steadily since 10 years. PBN has a strong working relationship with the Hungarian National Ministry of Economy, established through earlier Interreg policy-related projects and by the fact that PBN was the contractor for the relevant Territorial Operative Program. Aging and digitalization are in the focus of PBN on operational and strategic levels. PBN will contribute its experience and expertise in developing digital innovation processes, tools, and projects in the field of e-health related to business and business-university cooperation. PBN will manage a Regional Stakeholder Group with national and regional players involved in identifying and adapting best practices in e-health.
"The project is realized in the Interreg Europe programme with the co-financing of the European Union and Hungary."