POWER2DM has been successfully completed!

POWER2DM project developed a care-management system for Type I and Type II Diabetes patients that helps them to comply with their treatment plans in between the consultations and support them and their healthcare practitioners for shared decision making and planning of next self-management period during consultations. The system consists of a self-management system (SMSS) and shared decision-making application (SDMA). The SMSS consists of a mobile application that supports patient for tracking their daily treatment plans through digital interventions and a web application that helps patient to evaluate their progress and get recommendations and…Read more

2.5 Million Euro Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 Open Call of EFPF (European Factory Platform)

Applications continue for the 2.5 Million Euro Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 Open Call of our EFPF (European Factory Platform) project funded by the European Commission. For the Open Call, we are inviting manufacturing companies, digital solution providers, software developers and researchers to apply for sub-projects (approximately 20 sub-projects will be funded by 50K-150K Euros) related to the development, prototyping, integration, and validation of innovative solutions using the EFPF platform and federated services. There are various types of sub-projects to choose from (development of new applications using the EFPF SDK, testing and validation of EFPF solutions, and development of the EFPF ecosystem with already existing platforms and services),…Read more

FAIR4Health team participated in the 26th Virtual HL7 FHIR Connectathon and demonstrated the FAIRification Tools

HL7 Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) Connectathons feature hands-on FHIR development and testing. Implementers and developers come together to hold technical discussions that advance the FHIR specification, develop FHIR-based solutions, and exchange data with other FHIR interfaces. A. Anil Sinaci and Mert Gencturk from the FAIR4Health team participated in the 26th Virtual HL7 FHIR Connectathon and demonstrated the FAIRification Tools. The tools received positive feedback from the attending FHIR community. Conguratulations to the team on their success!Read more

We are the most successful Turkish SME in Horizon 2020 too!

SRDC has continued its successful Research and Innovation activities in the Horizon 2020 programme as well. After having been the most successful company in Turkey in terms of FP7 funding between 2007 and 2012, by the end of 2020, we have been ranked as the most successful Turkish SME in Turkey in H2020 programme based on the official data published by the European Commission on 04.12.2020. Our company, which received a total of 4.77 million Euros in grant, achieved this success with 9 different projects. Project acronym Description Topic Call mHealth4Afrika Community-based ICT…Read more

Disease Management Platform has been made available to all family physicians

The Disease Management Platform that we developed with Republic of Turkey Ministry of Health to improve the quality of health services has been made available to all family physicians in Turkey on January 1, 2021. With the use of HYP; it is aimed to prevent the findings of the diseases, complication related function loss and disability by providing appropriate treatment with early diagnosis and periodic follow-up of chronic diseases. As the SRDC team, we are proud to be a part of this initiative. You can visit our page for our studies on diagnosis,…Read more

Significant EU funding for international AICCELERATE consortium proposing a scalable AI tool for smart hospital 🎉

SRDC is a partner of H2020 AICCELERATE project that aims to develop an adaptable AI-based toolset for a variety of clinical use cases. The project has started in January 2021 and its pilot cases will focus on patient-centric digital care pathways and on optimizing patient flow management. The AICCELERATE consortium consists of specialists in the fields of IT, machine learning, robotics, neurology, pediatrics and surgery from Finland, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. Healthcare systems lack flexible AI solutions that allow hospitals to improve efficiency and the quality of patient care. Current…Read more

Latest news from FAIR4Health

SRDC is part of a European project on the advanced use and sharing of data from health research. FAIR4Health is a project funded by the H2020 Science with and for Society (SwafS-04-2018) call for proposals. It is carried out by 17 partners from 11 different countries and lasts 36 months. FAIR4Health, as proposed by this call, promotes the application of FAIR principles in data derived from publicly funded health research initiatives, so that they can be shared and reused within the European Union (EU) health research community, defining an effective EU-wide strategy for…Read more

C3-Cloud Grand Finale Conference

The final closing meeting of our C3-Cloud H2020 project will be held on Friday 28th August 2020 as a full day virtual conference. During this grand finale of the EU sponsored C3-Cloud project you will learn how the innovative C3-Cloud ICT solution assists: Multidisciplinary healthcare teams in defining integrated and optimised multimorbidity treatments through well aligned multi-disease guidelines, several clinical decision support services and the creation of personalised care plans, linking to data of each patient’s electronic health record. Patients to contribute to the self-management of their condition through (1) access to their own care…Read more

Our new project in H2020 Programme, ADLIFE has just started

The ADLIFE Consortium Kick Off Meeting was held in Bilbao, Spain on 21st and 22nd January 2020 and was hosted by Consortium Leads and Project Co-ordinators, Kronikgune. The Kick Off meeting provided the first opportunity for this new and exciting consortium to come together and for colleagues to meet face-to-face. On Day 1, each partner presented a brief overview of their organisation and health service provision in their respective country and locality, providing useful context for the Consortium for the clinical settings the ADLIFE toolkit will be deployed in. Over Days 1 and…Read more

FAIR4Health, our new project in Horizon 2020 Programme has just started!

FAIR4Health is a research project funded by the European Commission through the Horizon 2020 Research Programme under the topic “Science with and for Society SwafS-04-2018: Encouraging the re-use of research data generated by publically funded research projects”. This project is coordinated by Virgen del Rocío University Hospital of the Andalusian Health Service (SAS) accounting with seventeen partners from eleven EU and non-EU countries (Spain, Portugal, Italy, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Serbia and Turkey). The consortium is composed by 6 health research organisations, 2 universities internationally recognised as experts in data management,…Read more

onFHIR.io is the FHIR® repository of the MIE 2018 Datathon

onFHIR.io, the secure and high-performance HL7 FHIR® repository developed by SRDC, was preferred as the main FHIR repository of the MIE 2018 Datathon event that was organized by HL7 International and EFMI. The Datathon took place on 23-24 April 2018 in Gothenborg, Sweden in conjunction with the Medical Informatics Europe (MIE) 2018 Conference. The MIE 2018 DataThon used synthetic census data from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland with the double aim to offer hands-on FHIR training to participants and to validate the use of patient summaries in the health journey of asthma patients.…Read more

PALANTE has been successfully completed!

As of July 2015, PALANTE project has been successfully completed. Within the scope of the project, the Personal Health System (PHS) developed to empower ankylosing spondylitis patients has been used by 3 healthcare professionals and 147 patients for more than 6 months in a pilot study, which has been conducted in three different hospitals in Ankara, Samsun and Kocaeli in Turkey. During the pilot study, 33 out of 147 patients communicated with healthcare professionals 36 times through the system. As a result of these communications between patients and healthcare professionals, there was no need for 29…Read more
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