Patient-centred design for digital transformation of health and well-being
Digital innovation in health and care requires a collaborative effort across strategic international, national and local levels, and need to be paralleled by an interdisciplinary approach aimed at overcoming the knowledge silos that hinder the adoption of innovative solutions that already proved their effectiveness. Indeed, still there are organizational, technological, administrative bottlenecks blocking the transfer and scale-up of innovations into services that can generate medium- and long-term return on the well-being of people and the functioning of economies and societies.
The RSCN, NET4Age-Friendly and ProMIS networks have been developing valuable synergies between different knowledge fields towards establishing new local and regional innovation ecosystems and design thinking approaches to address health and well-being challenges in an age-friendly digital world.
Aim of this special event is to share experiences and good practices with MetroXRAINE community of stakeholders, to foster their engagement in collaborative activities and contribute to drive forward the twin transitions.
The chairs of the Dx4health event invite all the PhD students to participate also to the PhD Program.
For more information, please refer to the website of the event (https://metroxraine.org/phd-program)