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eHealth Projects


In-JeT is involved in several eHealth research and deployment projects because we want to strengthen our knowledge base and acquire state-of-the-art technology for the products and services we offer in the healthcare domain.

The main aims of our research activities are:

  • to acquire knowledge and skills for our new, intelligent telemedicine applications with service oriented architecture (SOA), interoperability and self-configuration of medical devices, context awareness, intelligent service orchestration for clinical workflows, trust and security for patient empowerment, user-friendly design, robustness and scalability of services;
  • to acquire knowledge and skills in the socio-economic environment of telemedicine applications, to understand how healthcare systems operates across Europe, the reimbursement systems in place, the national and EU regulations to be enforced and the social and ethical challenges associated with deployment of our telemedicine products and services;
  • to understand the medical and clinical challenges associated with the management of chronic diseases, both in the primary care and in the hospitals, the care models needed to manage these diseases and how and where the evidence for efficacy has been established;
  • to understand the business systems and develop the proper business models that allow us to present convincing and sustainable business cases to stakeholders and decision makers for our products and services.

Below is a list of our present and past eHealth projects.


The PICASO project aims to research and demonstrate a service oriented, ICT based integration platform that will support collaborative sharing of care plans across sectors based on dynamic and personalised orchestration of care services. It will further provide a method for sharing patient information across all relevant formal and informal care providers using a unique, trust federated solution to the problem of data privacy in cloud based health systems.

eu H2020 RIA – Duration 3 years (2016-2019) - Read more here…

Heart Insufficiency Telemedicine (HIT)

The HIT project aims to demonstrate the use of telemedicine in the treatment of patients with newly diagnosed heart insufficiency. Three Chronic Heart Failure (CHF) clinics in the region cooperate with private commercial partners to establish and evaluate the use of telemedicine. The project will focus on the clinical and organizational effects of telemedicine including cooperation with general practitioners and local government for outpatient treatment. The demonstration project will also clarify the deployability of the demonstrated ICT services to other chronic disease treatments.

dk The Capital Region Programme on Chronic Diseases – Duration 1½ years (2012-2013) - Read more here…


The MovingLife project is a Coordination and Support Action that will deliver roadmaps for technological research, implementation practice and policy support with the aim of accelerating the establishment, acceptance and wide use of mobile eHealth solutions.

eu FP7 CSA – Duration 1½ year (2011-2012) - Read more here…


The inCASA project has the aim to create and demonstrate citizen-centric technologies and a service network that can help and protect frail elderly people and prolong the time they can live well in their own homes. The goal will be achieved by a series of pilots across Europe that integrates solutions and services for health and environment monitoring in order to profile user behaviour. Data will be made available to professional care service providers including full privacy protection; day-by-day activity planning; co-ordination of Public Social and Health Care Services; and deployment of specialist community based services.

eu FP7 CIP-PSP – Duration 2½ years (2010-2012) - Read more here…


The aim of the REACTION project is to develop an integrated ICT platform that supports long term management of diabetes based on wearable, continuous blood glucose monitoring sensors and automated closed-loop delivery of insulin. The platform will provide integrated, professional, management and therapy services to diabetes patients in different healthcare regimes across Europe as well as support for self management for diabetic patients.

eu FP7 IP – Duration 4 years (2010-2014) - Read more here…

Healthcare Innovation Lab

The Healthcare Innovation Lab project aims to develop a business plan for an actual Healthcare Innovation Laboratory to serve as the setting for a public-private partnership on innovation (PPI). The partnership includes businesses, hospitals, knowledge institutions and research institutes, as well as patients and their families in the Capital Region of Denmark. The potential for systematically developing and testing the simulation process as a user driven method will be demonstrated through a number of specific business cases in close collaboration with hospitals, knowledge institutions and the private sector.

dk Program for User Driven Innovation – Duration 2 years (2010-2011) - Read more here…


The SENIOR project was a support action which aimed to provide a systematic assessment of the social, ethical, and privacy issues involved in ICT and Ageing, to understand what lessons should be learned from current technological trends, and to plan strategies for governing future trends. The outcome was valuable knowledge about ethical issues in eHealth.

eu FP7 CSA – Duration 2 years (2008-2009) - Read more here…