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MovingLife is connected with better and more efficient healthcare services in Europe, thus supporting the Commissions activities in ICT for Health.

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The MovingLife project has sucessfully ended

The MovingLife has now come to a successful ending. The roadmaps have been widely circulated and we are pleased that some of the recommendations are closely aligned with the content of H2020 work programme 2014-15. We are also sure that much of the state-of-play analysis and the various documents produced in the project have universal usability for anyone interested in the exciting area of mobile healthcare.

The MovingLife consortium thanks all those that have contributed to the successful outcome. We also wish to thank the European Commission for support and inspiration during the project.

This website will be made public until the end of 2015. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

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The MovingLife Final Review

The MovingLife project had its final review in Brussels on 20 June 2013. The project consortium presented the project’s results to the PO and the reviewers. The initial feedback from the reviewers was that the project results were of high quality and of great interest.

Presentations from MovingLife's Stakeholder Conference are available now!

The MovingLife Stakeholder Conference, "The Future of Mobile eHealth in Europe: A Stakeholder Conference on Roadmaps for mHealth", allowed relevant stakeholders to voice their perspectives on the future of mHealth. Ten experts were invited to give presentations on topics ranging from "mHealth and patient acceptance" to "mHealth and the Medical Device Framework". All presentations are now available for download in the download section.

M-Inclusion Dissemination Campaign

The MovingLife consortium would like to direct your attention to the M-Inclusion project which has recently launched a new dissemination campaign. More, specifically, M-Inclusion offers a set of services for free to its M-Inclusion Community members. Specifically, the Open Innovation Services supporting innovative ideas have been recently launched!

You can read more about the services on the M-Inclusion website here.

Online consultation on VALUE AGEING during May 2013

MovingLife would like to direct your attention to an online consultation organised by the Marie Curie Action project Value Ageing .

The VALUE AGEING project (Incorporating European Fundamental Values into ICT for Ageing: A vital political, ethical, technological, and industrial challenge) is currently closing its fact-finding period, investigating various aspects of ICT for ageing (see www.valueageing.eu). In order to gather extended feedback and consolidate scientific findings, a summary version of research reports will be made available for public consultation.

The summary report of Work Package 5: Scenario Exercise, “Lessons from a Scenario Exercise in ICT for Ageing,”will be open to extended online consultation from May 1, 2013 through May 31, 2013.

The open consultation can be accessed following this link and clicking WP5 Consultation.

Your participation is very valuable! Please provide your feedback by reviewing the results presented in the report and completing the brief online survey.

MovingLife’s Stakeholder Conference marks the end of the project

MovingLife's Stakeholder Conference on 18 April 2013 was a success with stakeholders from various domains who participated actively in the discussions following the presentations by external experts. The many points, comments and recommendations are currently being integrated into the consolidated roadmap and a report will be published shortly on the website presenting the recommendations and an action plan for the future widespread use of mHealth.

The workshop report, D4.4 Stakeholder Conference, and presentations from the conference will be available for download here on the website shortly.

MovingLife’s consortium would like to thank all participants for their contribution to the success of the Stakeholder Conference.

Simulation of Aspects of Future mHealth Scenarios (video presentation)

The MovingLife project has produced a simulation video based on the vision scenario "There must be an App for that!". The simulation will allow for a much more insightful way to to validate the realism of the vision scenario and assess the central elements of the roadmaps. The elements that are dealt with in the simulation video include patient empowerment and inclusion, medical guidelines, connectivity and interferences, data protection and privacy, and interoperable healthcare systems.

The video can be accessed here. It will also be presented at MovingLife's Stakeholder Conference on 18 April 2013.

MovingLife Stakeholder Conference 18 April 2013

The MovingLife project will be presenting the final roadmap for mHealth at big international stakeholder conference on Thursday 18 April 2013 in Brussels.

In addition to the roadmap, the project consortium will also present an action plan for how the roadmap could actually be incorporated in technology design and what actions should be taken to secure a widespread uptake of mobile healthcare technologies.

The agenda for the conference can be downloaded here.

If you are interested in participating in the conference please register here.

MovingLife's Consultation Survey is now closed

MovingLife’s stakeholder consultation process has now officially closed and the project consortium would like to thank all who have filled out the survey.

The project team is currently analysing the results which will feed into the development of the final roadmap for mobile healthcare. In addition, an action plan for how the roadmap could actually be incorporated in technology design is being developed. The roadmap and the action plan will be presented and discussed at the forthcoming Stakeholder Conference (18 April 2013 in Brussels). If you are interested in participating in this conference please register here.

The First Open International Forum of mobile solutions for social inclusion

MovingLife would like to direct your attention to an upcoming interesting event organised by the M-Inclusion
project consortium. The event, the First Open International Forum of mobile solutions for social inclusion, will be held on 20th and 21st of November in Barcelona, Spain (in parallel to the Movil Forum Conference 2012). During the First Open International Forum different events will take place:

M-Inclusion Internal Workshops: Held in Telefónica’s facilities located next to Barcelona’s Forum during the first day, 20th November, of the Open International Forum (registration required - available soon) for more info, please see the Agenda here.
Conferences: on 21st of November in Barcelona (in parallel to the Movil Forum Conference 2012). More information here.
The winner announcement of M-Inclusion Challenges: Apps for Change (10.000$ prize). Read the press release or visit the website for more information.

The wonderful possibilities of m-health

Kate Bourdet of Orange Business Services has posted an interesting infographic on their blog about the evolution of communications and collaboration, showing where mobile technology intersects with medical detection, treatment and prevention and giving a preview of what's to come.

Click here to go to the original blog post and to see a larger image of the infographic.
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