Members of the consortium of the RegHealth-RI project


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INNOVATEC

INNOVATECINNOVATEC is an independent Spanish firm, established in 1999, specialized in science, technology and innovation. The company provides qualified and tailor-made consultancy services to public authorities, companies and research organizations in the field of Research & Development and has a wide expertise in participating and coordinating EU funded research and innovation projects from FP7. More concretely, INNOVATEC has coordinated the FP7 funded project 'EVAL-HEALTH' while has been involved in the 'EULAC-Health' project as partner. As coordinator of the 'RegHealth-RI project', INNOVATEC will be in charge of managing the research actions conducted as well as supporting the consortium in any research and administrative task.
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EUREGHA

EUREGHAEUREGHA is a network of 13 European Regional and Local Health Authorities focused on public health, which was created in 2006 according to an opinion of the Committee of regarding patient mobility and open coordination on health quality care. Today, EUREGHA is a legally established organization with a permanent Secretariat in Brussels and has became a privileged interlocutor for the EU institutions and other stakeholders. EUREGHA is the network of reference for regional and local authorities in health related issues and offers a wide range of services and opportunities of cooperation. EUREGHA aims to create synergies between regional and local authorities and EU stakeholders in the field of health issues with a very simple but important focus: Working together for more sustainable and efficient health care systems.
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UNITS

University of TriesteFounded in 1924, the University of Trieste is a medium-sized university with a student population of approximately 20,000. It offers a wide range of degree programmes at bachelor, master and doctoral level as well as short vocational masters, advanced masters and specialisation programmes, most of which are in the medical area. Some degree programmes are taught in English. The university is involved in various student and staff exchange programmes with universities in the EU and collaborates with several universities from Eastern Europe and other non-EU countries. It also participates in many research projects at national and international level.