16th of June 2017| Preparatory Meeting of the eHealth Network Joint Action
- The first meeting with the 21 countries involved in the project established the project coordination and overall project management. The development of content and division for Work Packages started. Stakeholders involvement and financial and administrative issues were debated.
18th of July 2017| 2nd Preparatory Meeting
- This preparatory meeting occurred at the negotiation phase before the final submission. The alignment of the proposal and the discussion of topics to be included in eHAction’s submitted proposal were debated, as well as the Stakeholders involvement, financial and administrative issues.
7th of September 2017| 3rd Preparatory Meeting
- Work Packages and division of tasks and deliverable were established and consolidated. The results of the Open Consultation with Stakeholders were discussed. It was established that the handover from JAseHN to eHAction would take place in June 2018.
Kick off eHAction program
1st June 2018| eHAction “the start”
- The official starting date for the eHealth Action program.
21st June 2018| 2nd Lisbon eHealth Summer week – Kick off eHaction
- The kick-off meeting of eHAction, the third Joint Action supporting the eHealth Network, was held on June 21st at the Centro Cultural de Belém, in Lisbon. The lines of action for the Multi-Annual Work Programme 2018-2021 were presented by representatives of each Work Package, in a joint collaboration that aims to meet the objectives in five priority areas: empowering citizens, innovative use of health data, improving continuity of care, overcoming implementation challenges, and strengthen eHealth policies and sustainability.
19th July 2018| Individual t-con WP4 leaders
- Starting t-con between WP4 leaders and Coordinator SPMS to discuss workpackage, calendar and Multi Annual Workplan.
7th August 2018| Signature of the GA
- All the involved Member States have signed the Grand Agreement to account for their participation within the program.
18th October 2018| 1st People Empowerment Workshop
- Work Package leaders Estonia and the Netherlands invited their contributors to attend the kick-off workshop for Work Package 4 ‘empowering people’ in the Sheraton Hotel at Schiphol Airport. The aims and objectives of the day were to meet one-another face to face, to get a common understanding on the content of patient empowerment and to work on a work approach for the upcoming years. The program of the meeting can be found here.
Approval Information Note
- 24th September| Deadline for submitting the information note concerning the Policy Framework on People Empowerment, a document which provides a short summary of the structure, plans and content of the deliverable.
- 10th October| LC approval of the information note concerning the Policy Framework on People Empowerment by the Leadership Council. The first line of council, consisting of all WP leaders and the coordinator.
- 17th October| SC approval of the information note concerning the Policy Framework on People Empowerment by the Steering Council. The second line of council, consisting of strategic advisors from the Member States and the coordinator.
- 13rd November| eHealth Network approval of the information note concerning the Policy Framework on People Empowerment by the eHealth Network. Final line of council, consisting of members of Ministry’s of Health from the Member States.
21st December 2018| Survey to SC
- At the end of 2018, WP4 send out a survey as a research instrument in order to study the state of play of people empowerment in the member states with regard to the four tasks: mHealth, Patient Access and use of data, Digital health literacy and Telehealth. All Member States within the eHaction programme received the survey. The survey outline can be found here.
15th February 2019| deadline for survey MS
- Deadline for the Member States to submit their survey. In total, WP4 received surveys from 19 Member States.
19th – 20th September 2019 |2nd People Empowerment Workshop
- On the 19th and 20th of September, the WP4 leaders organised the “People Empowerment Workshop” in Amsterdam. Each WP4 task contributors and stakeholders took part in brainstorming sessions on the deliverable D4.1 Policy Framework on People Empowerment, and discussed the results of the different tasks and consolidated relevant information about the collected data. On the second day, stakeholders presented the projects they are involved in and gave contributions about policy making and proposals in the field of health, focusing on People Empowerment. The workshop resulted in defined priorities and verified the structure of the deliverable D4.2 Policy Proposal.
The program of the meeting can be found here.
Approval Draft deliverable 4.1
- 29th March| Deadline for submitting the draft version of the Policy Framework on People Empowerment.
- 3rd April| Approval of the draft version of Policy Framework on People Empowerment by the Leadership Council.
- 17th April| Approval of the draft version of Policy Framework on People Empowerment by the Steering Council.
- 11th– 12th June| Approval of the draft version of Policy Framework on People Empowerment by the eHealth Network.
Approval Final deliverable + information note D4.2
- 26th September| Deadline for submitting the final version of the Policy Framework on People Empowerment.
9th October| Approval of the final version of Policy Framework on People Empowerment by the Leadership Council.
23rd October| Approval of the final version of Policy Framework on People Empowerment by the Steering Council.
28th– 29th November| Approval of the final version of the Policy Framework on People Empowerment by the eHealth Network.
Brainstorm WP leaders
1st – 3rd May 2019| Brainstorm WP4 leaders in Talin
- The first face to face brainstorm between the WP leaders of WP4. The goal was to analyze and process the answers of the survey and use the results develop the framework.
26th November 2019| Brainstorm WP4 leaders in The Hague
- The second face to face brainstorm between the WP leaders. The goal was to develop a structure for the Policy Proposal of the second deliverable and to categorize the priority areas used for the recommendations.