Medtech’s Place In Health Care R&I Boosted Under Horizon Europe
Cross-industry collaboration is the new focus of EU health care technology research funding activity. Under Horizon Europe, the Innovative Health Initiative will encourage convergence in health technology, and prioritize digital technologies and data analytics. No longer can EU-funded projects be pharma-only or medtech-only, said MedTech Europe’s Patrick Boisseau.
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The new iteration of the EU’s successful public-private R&D partnership promises to increase the support for medtech and digital platforms as well pharmaceutical research, with the aim of producing innovative cross-sectoral projects in areas such as drug/device combinations and AI-based diagnostics.
The new iteration of the EU’s successful public-private R&D partnership will seek to integrate pharmaceutical research with medical technology and digital health platforms to produce innovative cross-sectoral projects in areas such as drug/device combinations and AI-based diagnostics.
The EU Partnership on Health Innovation, a new public private health care research partnership, is in the final drafting phase before its launch under Horizon Europe. In Vivo asked the partnership’s medtech industry lead, Patrick Boisseau, to set out the innovation challenges for participants as they address unmet health care needs in Europe.