Involved Organisations

Gesan founded in 1993 to deepen the study of ICT technologies to create a new clinical management model. Gesan focuses on human resources to increase and enhance services, making them more flexible and efficient.
Developing the skills of the people who work in companies is possible thanks to a constant presence which is Gesan’s added value

Tech4Care is an innovative start up company acting as a centre for research and development (R&D), consulting and training, with the aim to innovate care for people in a state of frailty, dependence and with chronic conditions. Tech4Care aims at mobilising interdisciplinary expertise and resources to develop innovative programmes that support patients in their daily life, allowing them to live more independently and benefitting from better health and quality of life

The ultimate vision Cardiolyse has is to be an essential part of the population’s health monitoring and heart disease prevention systems, providing the best prognostic tools for managing heart health and leading the prediction of cardiovascular diseases (CVD), chronic fatigue, and burnout.

miThings is a company working with services and products in the mobile internet of Things (miThings) domain. miThings’ main focus is to develop and provide technological solutions for organisational clients, including information systems and platforms, internet-of-things (IoT) solutions and selfcare mobile applications. miThings also offers professional services which include software development and systems solution, with a focus on integrating connectivity devices in customer applications and connecting things to the internet

Innatolia R&D LLC is an innovative start-up, located in Istanbul, Turkey. Innatolia is committed to offer consultancy, trainings and R&D services in the field of sustainable development, ranging from healthcare to environmental protection. Innatolia’s mission is to provide sustainable solutions for the complex sustainability challenges of the future

CardioCare is being procured for and by InCareHeart, an EU project which receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, under Grant Agreement No 965134. The EU has given a grant for this procurement, but is not participating as a contracting authority in the procurement.