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The Digital Health Uptake (DHU) project, funded by the European Commission under the Digital Europe Programme, is a 2-year effort to unlock the full potential of digital health and care solutions.

Led by an international consortium of seven partners, that EHTEL is part of, the project will evaluate the current state of digital health solutions in Europe, pinpoint opportunities and barriers, and play an essential role in building capacity and skills for all stakeholders – from patients to healthcare professionals, to health managers, innovators, and policy makers.

Through different actions, including the launch of the website, the project will provide information, support, and training to accelerate the adoption and use of digital health solutions.

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The website will serve as a platform for DHU to share information about its mission, goals, and outcomes. It will feature a range of resources, news and events for those interested in digital health, including the project’s progress, outcomes and stakeholder engagement activities, as well as information on the latest developments in the field.

Later on, visitors to the website will be able to find the DHU radar, a tool for collecting, analyzing, and monitoring digital health resources and solutions in Europe. The website will be updated regularly with new information and resources, so be sure to check back often. 

EHTEL is leading DHU’s work on the acceleration of digital health solutions adoption and it co-leads activities on dissemination and communication in collaboration with other DHU partners. It will identify tools and methodologies to provide technical assistance and training so as to offer these to digital solutions’ implementers.

For more information, please visit the DHU website at www.digitalhealthuptake.eu

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