TIGER 
FosTering ehealth and social Innovations as Game-changers in sEnior and Remote care
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  • 2021 – 2027
  • Innovation and digitalisation supporting a green Alpine region
  • SO 3.1 - Developing and enhancing research and innovation capacities and the uptake of advanced technologies
    • 2.672.959 EUR
    • 2.004.720 EUR

    Partners

    ICS Internationalisation Centre of Styria (Lead partner)
    • Lead partner
    • Austria
    • Steiermark (AT22)
    • Graz
    Human.technology Styria
    • Austria
    • Steiermark (AT22)
    • Graz
    Geriatric Health Centers of the City of Graz
    • Austria
    • Steiermark (AT22)
    • Graz
    Innovation and Business Incubator Nürnberg-Fürth-Erlangen
    • Germany
    • Mittelfranken (DE25)
    • Erlangen
    OTH – Technical University of Applied Sciences
    • Germany
    • Oberpfalz (DE23)
    • Weiden
    Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Nice Côte d’Azur
    • France
    • Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (FRL0)
    • Nice
    Association EUROBIOMED
    • France
    • Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (FRL0)
    • Marseille
    Upper Adriatic Technology Park
    • Italy
    • Friuli-Venezia Giulia (ITH4)
    • Pordenone
    Ca‘ Foscari University of Venice
    • Italy
    • Veneto (ITH3)
    • Venice
    Technology Park Ljubljana
    • Slovenia
    • Zahodna Slovenija (SI04)
    • Ljubljana
    IZRIIS Institute for research, Training and Consulting in Public Health & Digital Health
    • Slovenia
    • Zahodna Slovenija (SI04)
    • Ljubljana
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    • 47.079961715.469148
    • 47.063375715.4284994
    • 49.543132511.0261534
    • 49.669870412.1739762
    • 43.70093587.2683912
    • 43.30169495.3701123
    • 45.956250312.6597197
    • 45.434395912.3260884
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    Outcomes


    • Validation pilot of Systemic Support Model

      The Systemic Support Model will enable coordinated and structured approach for innovation diffusion support services at all TRLs. The model, and the consisting services, will be co-designed with relevant actors of the regional health innovation ecosystems. It will be implemented via regional service points & the online one-stop-shop to allow joint service provision at the transnational level. The Model will be tested in a transnational pilot action, involving all partner regions.

    • Systemic Support Model

      The Systemic Support Model is a collaboration model between users and providers, structured as an open transnational hub. It allows the exploitation of comparative advantages of suppliers and avoids duplication of activities. SMEs and Start-ups can access the model via the online one-stop-shop to book the services. The inquiries will be then transferred to the respective regional service points which will provide the service, independently from the location of the company.

    • Ideation pilots

      Predefined innovation support services are as follows: Expert Assessment, Hackathon, Market Entry Accelerator for Innovative Technologies. In addition, at least 1 further service will be co-designed with the target group representatives, observers and relevant actors like EUSALP AG1 members. The service novelty will be defined as new-to-territory, new-to-sector or new-in-implementation-method. Each service will be validated in at least 4 pilot territories.

    • Close2market pilots

      Predefined innovation support services are as follows: Market Access Strategy for Mature Technologies and Product Validation in Targeted Environment, Matchmaking platform. In addition, at least 1 further service will be co-designed with the target group representatives, observers and relevant actors as EUSALP AG1 members. The service novelty will be defined as new-to-territory, new-to-sector or new-in-implementation-method. Each service will be validated in at least 4 pilot territories.

    • Innovation Support Guide

      The partners will co-design at least 8 services for innovation diffusion at different TRLs, in close cooperation with relevant actors of the regional health innovation ecosystems. The partners will test, refine if necessary, and ultimately validate the services through pilot testing in at least in 4 participating regions. The validated service solutions will be owned by the project partnes and will be summarized and published in the Innovation Support Guide.

    • Series of policy briefs

      By creating a series of policy briefs, stakeholders can gain a comprehensive understanding of the multifaceted aspects of innovation in senior and remote care and develop targeted strategies to address them effectively. Each brief will focus on different themes, as e.g. technological innovations, proposed changes to regulatory frameworks, funding mechanisms, showcases in implementing innovative models of care, stakeholder engagement incl. seniors, caregivers, healthcare providers, etc.