The adoption of a well-designed eHealth application in everyday health practice can provide holistic solutions to extend the autonomy of patients while improving their Quality of Life (QoL).Seguir leyendo
On 15 June 2022, Danaja Fabcic Povse spoke at the Harvard Law School Petrie-Flom Center’s annual conference “Diagnosing in the Home: The Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities of Digital Diagnostics and Therapeutics Outside of Traditional Clinical Settings.”
Her paper analyses the challenges EU law presents for remote patient care technologies, drawing upon the early results of the TeNDER project concerning data protection, cybersecurity, and regulation of medical devices.
For more information, please check the conference website.
We will also present a description of the QoL assessment questionnaires for participants (patients, caregivers, professionals) elaborated by the TeNDER consortium.Seguir leyendo
Photo by Comunidad de Madrid // 2022
Cristina Lozano presented end-users (patients, carers, and professionals) input on “Intelligent Monitoring Systems applied to Health,” specifically TeNDER during the European General Practice Research Network (EGPRN) meeting from 12 to 15 May.
During the “Innovation in Primary Care” conference, hosted by the Community of Madrid, Rodrigo Medina was awarded third place for his communications presentation on TeNDER. Nearly 300 health professionals participated over the course of two days.
We are proud of our partners and happy to see that their hard work is recognised nationally and internationally!