Home-based care and remote monitoring



4% of the population leaving with multiple chronic conditions is responsible for up to 30% consumption of health care resources (primary and hospital health care). A rise in the number of those complex patients is expected in the coming years highly impacting health care system stress and sustainability. In addition, the role of patients is becoming more active in their own care in the home and community based care model.

Use case

The combination of new advanced technologies in specialties such as oncology, cardiology, neurology or other, can be used to enhance the possibilities of home-based healthcare relieving some of the hospital-based care. AI-powered alerting systems or virtual assistants help patients take increasing ownership of their care.


Scope document

If you would like to better understand what is expected, have a look at this detailed description of the building blocks and use cases. Please note that this is draft information with the purpose of consulting the market and that it might differ from the final versions included in the Call for Tenders.


A questionnaire has been prepared to collect relevant information and feedback from the market about the scope of this challenge. Companies and other market participants are cordially invited to fill out the Open Market Consultation Questionnaire to express their feedback about the project and tender setup.

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