Connected Health – Estonian HealthTech Cluster – brings together approximately 50 partners, including 30 companies (start-ups, health IT, medtech, biotech, and pharma), R&D partners (universities and technology competence centres), health and care service providers (hospitals, GPs, and occupational health), patient organisations and user communities, and public sector (ministries responsible for healthcare and entrepreneurship, Health Insurance Fund, and the National Institute for Health Development. By bringing together different stakeholders in healthcare Connected Health Cluster aims to create new services and products that help to solve problems related to healthcare. The development of these services and products is successful if they can be tested both in Estonia and in foreign markets.
Connected Health, founded by the Science Park Tehnopol, is a country-wide partnership between health-related stakeholders in Estonia, who are committed to accelerating the adoption of connected health solutions, on an international scale and on commercial terms.
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