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The European DHU Radar is a unique platform that enables you to discover and learn about digital health innovations in Europe, their adoption and success, publish your own innovations and experiences, and connect with owners and users of digital health innovations.

The Radar is powered by Digital Health Uptake, an initiative funded by the European Commission and implemented by a consortium of organisations, that EHTEL is a part. 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.


Using the Radar enables you to:

  • Discover different practices, such as digital health solutions and services, national and regional policies and strategies, business models for digital health products or services, supporting tools and methodologies for upscaling digital health solutions, and more.
  • Publish your own practice  so that you can communicate it to interested adopters or inform the digital health community about your experiences.
  • Learn about other practices and how to apply them through the Radar’s frequent updates of showcases and spotlights.
  • Connect with like-minded digital health enthusiasts to exchange ideas and knowledge or build collaborations and partnerships.

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 Radar repository.




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