digital health

LIH is committed to contribute to the innovations in digital healthcare solutions by enabling fast, efficient and transparent information for the patient and their healthcare team. 

Digitalisation in medicine is changing the way we communicate in medicine, with new digital supported healthcare services complementing the existing healthcare structures and procedures. Patient-centred healthcare services will address patient’s needs, continuously monitor and accompany the individual patient journey, and support healthcare providers in making treatment decisions. As real-life healthcare data become available, their application in medicine become more of a reality, with the potential to reduce disease burden, improve healthcare and generate new solutions and services.   

With a highly interdisciplinary team, LIH will address the questions of medical benefit, structural and procedural changes, as well as social acceptance of the resulting digital healthcare services to understand how patient-centred, personalised healthcare technologies can be tailored to patient’s needs and integrated into the existing healthcare structures and procedures. Shaping the rising age of digitalisation in medicine requires the development of new evaluation methods and benchmarking concepts to decipher “nice tools” from beneficial digital healthcare solutions. At LIH, we want to enable digital medicine for patients and caregivers, innovative healthcare providers and payers. 

The digital medicine research will align with the digital health strategies in Luxembourg and develop concepts that accelerate innovative digital healthcare technology solutions and health informatics. Thus, LIH will contribute to the innovations in digital healthcare solutions and improve healthcare, by enabling fast, efficient and transparent information for the patient and their healthcare team.   

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