Project partners

The DiHECO project brings together a consortium of prestigious institutions dedicated to advancing digital healthcare management through cutting-edge research and innovation. Each partner contributes unique expertise and resources, enhancing the project's overall impact and societal value. Below, we introduce our esteemed partners and highlight their contributions to the field of digital healthcare management.

Get to know about the partners

Read about partnering institutions and their research and focus on societal value.

Kaunas University of Technology (KTU)

Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) is one of the largest technical universities in the Baltic region. Known for its strong emphasis on research, innovation, and technology, KTU is a leading institution in the fields of engineering, technology, and business.
KTU’s research in digital healthcare management centers on developing innovative solutions that improve healthcare delivery and patient outcomes. The university’s interdisciplinary approach integrates engineering, IT, and business management to address complex healthcare challenges.
KTU’s work in digital healthcare management has significant societal impacts, including the development of smart health technologies, enhancement of healthcare services, and contribution to public health policies. The university’s initiatives aim to improve the quality of life and ensure efficient healthcare systems.

Tampere University

Tampere University in Finland is a prominent research institution known for its multidisciplinary research and education. The university excels in areas such as technology, health sciences, and social sciences.
Tampere University’s research in digital healthcare management focuses on health informatics, eHealth solutions, and the integration of digital technologies in healthcare practices. The university aims to create innovative solutions that support personalized medicine and patient-centered care. 

The societal value of Tampere University’s research lies in its commitment to enhancing healthcare delivery through technological advancements. The university’s projects contribute to improved patient care, reduced healthcare costs, and the development of sustainable health systems.

Lund University

Lund University in Sweden is one of Europe’s oldest and most prestigious universities. It is renowned for its strong research culture and commitment to solving global challenges through interdisciplinary research.
Lund University’s work in digital healthcare management significantly impacts society by promoting health equity and accessibility. The university’s innovative solutions are designed to bridge gaps in healthcare delivery, especially in remote and underserved communities. Through a social sciences lens, Lund University examines how these technological advancements can be equitably integrated into healthcare systems, ensuring that all segments of the population benefit from improved health outcomes.

University of Montpellier

The University of Montpellier in France is a leading institution with a strong focus on research and innovation. It has a rich history of academic excellence and a commitment to addressing societal challenges.
The societal impact of the University of Montpellier’s research is significant in improving public health outcomes and healthcare efficiency. The university’s work supports the development of effective healthcare policies and the deployment of advanced healthcare technologies

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)

The Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) is a leading research university in Spain known for its academic rigor and innovative research programs. UAB is dedicated to fostering knowledge that addresses real-world problems.
UAB’s research in digital healthcare management includes the study of health technology assessment, digital health interventions, and patient engagement strategies. The university focuses on integrating digital solutions to enhance healthcare quality and patient experience.

The university’s research promotes the adoption of digital health solutions that improve patient outcomes, support healthcare professionals, and optimize healthcare resources.