This work package will understand how Alpine Space (AS) regions face the ageing population trend and which governance models have significant impact.
Information on governance models will be gathered and assessed, using methodology for AHA governance assessment tools. Input and feedback will come from meetings in Transnational board meeting and events. Most innovative initiatives will be identified with methodology fr AHA governance assessment metrics. Communication activities like publications, digital activities and publics events will support raising awareness and disseminating the knowledge gathered and validated in this WP.
O.T3.1 AHA GOVERNANCE GOOD PRACTICE PORTFOLIO
This output provides the AHA governance good practice portfolio that lists the good practices
of AHA governance application (i.e., policies as expression of governance) in the AS, classified
based on OT2.1 (Framework for collaboration on AHA initiatives). The portfolio, based upon
the analysis of current AHA governance models in the AS, is mainly aimed at supporting AHA
- by encouraging knowledge diffusion and transfer in the AS through transnational collaboration;
- by providing strategic elements aiming at the increase of the application of multilevel multisectoral and transnational AHA governance models;
- by identifying institutional bottlenecks of current AHA governance models and indicating possible pathways to mainstreaming good practices.
O.T3.2 AHA INNOVATION OBSERVATORY
This deliverable gives a comprehensive description of the activities of WP3 including :
- data gathering and analysis of AHA governance models,
- identification and monitoring of the innovation in the AHA field.
In detail, the macro-activity concerning “Data gathering and analysis of AHA governance models” can be broken in 2 following categories: one related to collection of governance models and the other with their assessment.
DT3.1.1 REPORT ON GOVERNANCE MODELS IN ALPINE SPACE
This document gathers the information collected from partners, stakeholders, Board members on the governance models of AHA in their territory. An agreed template for data collection will be developed based on the AHA governance classifications models.
The scope of the deliverable D.T3.1.1 is to give a picture of the AHA good practices collected
by project partners in the AS. In specific, this deliverable focuses on AHA policies, considered
the first level of governance implementation, and their first analysis.
D.T3.1.2 REPORT ON ASSESSMENT OF THE GOVERNANCE MODELS FOR AHA IN THE ALPINE SPACE
The aim of the present deliverable [D.T3.1.2] is to identify and investigate the governance models emerging in the Alpine Space (AS) to address the AHA with a focus on the intersection between health and non-health sectors. Indeed, a crucial aspect of this exploration is considering not only how health affect other sectors but also how other sectors affect health, establishing effective exchanges and collaborations.
D.T3.2.1 REPORT ON INITIATIVES ON AHA IN THE ALPINE SPACE
The scope of the deliverable [D.T3.2.1] is to give a picture of the AHA good practices collected
by project partners in the AS. In specific, this deliverable focuses on AHA initiatives and
innovations and their first analysis.
D.T3.2.2 REPORT ON ASSESSMENT OF INNOVATIONS FOR AHA IN THE ALPINE SPACE
The present deliverable describes the method used for the assessment of governance models and innovation. The main references and sources are the methodological framework provided by WP2, enriched by content analysis methodologies to better adapt the model to the AHA decision making.
The aim of the present deliverable is to evaluate the innovation emerging in the Alpine Space (AS), addressing the AHA with a focus on the intersection between health and non-health sectors. Indeed, a crucial aspect of this exploration is considering not only how health affect other sectors but also how other sectors affect health, establishing effective exchanges and collaborations.
This deliverable identifies the main players of AHA policy design, implementation and realization of initiatives and services in the AS regions, collected through the ASTAHG project. These players are organised under the 4Helix categories, and listed as ASTAHG stakeholders. As the full list of stakeholders cannot be published, here after only a concise overview is given. Stakeholders were identified by project partners in two successive waves during the project.