Project good practices

Scottish Universities play a crucial role in Research and Development in collaborations within the National Health Service and Industry.
Location: South Western Scotland, United Kingdom
Project: TITTAN
Scotland's digital health innovation centre drives collaboration between public sector, citizens and private sector to make healthcare better in Scotland
Location: Eastern Scotland, United Kingdom
Project: TITTAN
Scottish Health Innovations Ltd (SHIL) supports National Health Service (NHS) staff in Scotland to develop innovative solutions.
Location: South Western Scotland, United Kingdom
Project: TITTAN
Launched in late 2014, the TEC programme is a Scotland-wide programme designed to increase citizen choice and control in health, wellbeing and care services.
Location: South Western Scotland, United Kingdom
Project: TITTAN
Scotland's Health Innovation Advisory Portal (HIAP) was established by the Scottish Government to further health innovation in Scotland.
Location: Eastern Scotland, United Kingdom
Project: TITTAN
Sintel is the regional e-procurement platform, offering a system able to support the Lombardy public administrationin the management of tender procedures.
Location: Lombardia, Italy (Italia)
Project: TITTAN
A collaborative Platform facilitating participation, sharing and collaboration of all actors of the innovation process in industry, research and society.
Location: Lombardia, Italy (Italia)
Project: TITTAN
The first pilot Pre-commercial Procurement (PCP) in Italy, launched for the benefit of a Public Hospital
Location: Lombardia, Italy (Italia)
Project: TITTAN
A practice focused on a personalized health care for people with cognitive impairments developed in order to create a better support and home-based care.
Location: Abruzzo, Italy (Italia)
Project: TITTAN
The CReG represents a system of classification of patients according to their chronicity and to an overview analysis of their healthcare.
Location: Lombardia, Italy (Italia)
Project: TITTAN
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