I-HTScience is our project management supporting entity. Owned by EuroScan int.net. it is an own legal entity hosted in Eupen, Belgium to support the development and performance of scientific projects.
We are handling internal projects for e.g. the use of artificial intelligence to identify new health technologies
Since 2016 we are increasing involved and participating in scientific projects and co-operative projects to develop methodologies and tools as well in relation to specific technologies, diseases and preventive areas with impact in health care systems.
Under the umbrella of the Innovative Medicines Initiative, the Consortium developed a generic framework and a set of tools to conduct patient-centric collaborative platform trials, Integrated Research Platforms (IRPs). These will contribute to make clinical trials more efficient, potentially shortening the timeline to develop and bring to market new medicines for patients.
WHO compendium of innovative health technologies
Selected innovative technologies that can have an immediate or future impact on the COVID-19 preparedness and response, have the potential to improve health outcomes and quality of life, and/or offer a solution to an unmet medical/health technology need by evaluating their appropriateness, quality, and safety.
World Health organisation