NeurNet

Care management network for patients with pharmacoresistant epilepsy and patients with late stage Parkinson's disease

  • Project start
15.10.2017
  • Project end
14.10.2019
  • Budget
865.767,09 EUR
  • Number of partners
3

About

The challenge this project aims to tackle arises as a result of treatment of patients with pharmacoresistant epilepsy and advanced stage Parkinson’s disease. Patients diagnosed with these diseases in the Programme area are often referred to Clinical Hospitals in Zagreb or Rijeka. On one hand, centralization of medical services is seen as a challenge, and on the other, it is accompanied by a number of incorrect or incomplete diagnoses. This has results on the efficiency of reference centers, as well as it overloads their capacities, causing a risk of wrong diagnoses. The project aims to offer a solution to this problem by establishing an ICT-based network that will enable audio-visual communication, remote diagnosis, medical data exchange, second-opinions, consultations and other medical services between reference centers and hospitals on a real-time basis. The outputs of this network are improvement of health-services, transfer of best practices to hospitals in the region and reduction of transport of patients and improvement of their quality of life.

Partners

Federal Ministry of Health (BA) Bosnia and Herzegovina is the project’s lead partner with key knowledge and expertise on the public healthcare sector. The partner will acquire medical equipment to use it in diagnostics and research data which will be integrated in the new ICT network.

Croatian Institute of Telemedicine (CRO) will provide diagnostic data exchange between all project participants, with the idea of developing a web solution for the exchange of audiovisual and diagnostic data. The partner will specifically work on knowledge exchange activities and encourage the equalization of health care services in the region.

Ministry of Health of Montenegro (MNE) will organise an international event in Montenegro to promote the project’s activities, acquire equipment for diagnostic activities and contribute to the development of the ICT network.

Library

Follow the NeurNet network on their website.

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NeurNet project has been launched

A kick-off meeting of the NeurNet project, also known as Care management network for patients with pharmacoresistant epilepsy and patients with late stage Parkinson’s, financed

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  • Contacts

Project partners can be contacted via project website: http://interregneurnet.com/#kontakt

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