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  • The European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) The European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA), set up in 2012, gathers stakeholders at EU, national and regional level from the public and private sector across different policy areas. Together they share knowledge and expertise on common interests and engage in activities and projects to find innovative solutions that meet the needs of the ageing population.

    Under the framework of the EIP on AHA, the Action Group on interoperable independent living solutions works to improve the quality of life of older people by promoting the full deployment of ICT solutions which can improve their conditions of life and independency.

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    Full deployment of interoperable independent living solutions for older people A European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing priority

    INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT) SOLUTIONS CAN HELP HEALTHY AGEING

    BARRIERS TO THE FULL DEPLOYMENT OF ICT SOLUTIONS

    ICT solutions can prolong independent living of older people and extend the time they remain active and safe in their preferred environment with smart homes (lights, fall detection, safety, etc.)

    they also have a huge potential to enhance social inclusion and participation of older people through video conferencing and social media for contact with relatives

    ICT solutions enhance quality of work for carers and make overall care provisions economically sustainable by avoiding and reducing hospital stays through remote monitoring, safety monitoring

    TECHNICAL BARRIER: Lack of open solutions and interoperability as current solutions are based on single providers and cannot interact and be combined with other solutions developed by different providers or with slightly different purposes

    SOCIAL BARRIER: Lack of involvement of older people in the design of the products and services

    ECONOMIC BARRIER: Limited availability of affordable and commercially viable solutions, fast technological evolution and difficult business models

    POLICY BARRIER: Limited large scale evidence of return on investments

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    WHAT ARE WE DOING TO PROMOTE THE FULL DEPLOYMENT OF ICT SOLUTIONS?

    The European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA) supports public and private actors across the EU to contribute to the full deployment of ICT solutions through:

    Promotion of common standards for open interoperable ICT solutions: different ICT products/services able to interact between them and jointly deliver integrated services to different contexts, uses, providers

    Empowerment of end-users: end-users are well-informed, involved in the design of ICT solutions and confident in solutions that effectively meet their needs

    Promotion of the use of public procurement of innovation: enable public authorities to launch tenders for innovative goods or services which might not yet be largely available on the market

    Evaluation of the return on investment of interoperable ICT solutions: to make investment in this field attractive for private sector

    HOW: • Toolkits and guidelines • Cooperation platform to exchange

    experience and knowledge

    HOW: • Recommendations on standardisation

    and interoperability processes • Toolkits and guidelines for user-driven innovation

    solutions for independent living

    HOW: • Definition of an evaluation metholodogy

    and metrics • Report identifying the current social and economic

    return on investment on existing implementations • Aggregation of socio-economic evidence about

    return on investment

    HOW: • Cooperation platform to exchange experience

    and knowledge • Guidelines for implementing innovative

    procurement

    WHAT ARE WE DOING TO PROMOTE THE FULL DEPLOYMENT OF ICT SOLUTIONS?

    CURRENT SITUATION: different providers provide multiple solutions that are not interoperable

    IDEAL SITUATION: different providers offer multiple solutions that are interoperable and can be integrated

    Public Administration launches innovative public procurement for the integration and interoperability of services for older people

    Creation of center offering portfolio of integrated services that respect common standards, are interoperable and tested by older people

    TELE ASSISTANCE

    TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

    HOME CARE

    INTEGRATED SERVICES MODEL

    AS A RESULT

    PROVIDER 1 Home care

    PROVIDER 3 Home care Tele Assistance

    PROVIDER 5 Transportation service

    PROVIDER 2 Home care

    Transportation service

    PROVIDER 4 Tele Assistance

    Transportation service

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