Telemedicine in Europe

The following country contain information about the political, social, economic and regulatory background for telemedicine.  The individual service descriptions cover the service’s aim and main beneficiaries, the targeted population, their current operational status, the category of telemedicine into which it falls, the set-up that was being replaced, and expected outcomes and results. All information is based on information provided by actual telemedicine deployments, and has been edited for content and consistency.

Denmark16 Denmark

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•  COPD Suitcase
•  Health Optimum
•  Teleinterpreting

Estonia-16 Estonia

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•  Doc@Home

France-Flag-16 France

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•  Cardiauvergne
•  Diabsat

Greece-Flag-16 Greece

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•  Telecardiology
•  Telehealth Trikala

Israel-Flag-16 Israel

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•  Chronic disease management

Italy-Flag-16 Italy

•  Telecardiology Puglia
•  Home monitoring dopi il trapianto

Netherlands-Flag-16 Netherlands

•  KSYOS TeleConsultation
•  Remote intraoperative neuromonitoring

Norway-Flag-16 Norway

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• COPD Patients Briefcase
• Telepsychiatry
• Integrated home care of ulcers
• Teledialysis

Portugal-Flag-16 Portugal

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• Teleconsultation in Coimbra Pediatric Hospital: Experience (pdf)
• Teleconsultation in Coimbra Pediatric Hospital: Success Factors (pdf)

Spain-Flag-16 Spain

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• Guttmann NeuroPersonalTrainer
• Xarxa TeleIctus

Sweden-Flag-16 Sweden

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• Electronic healthcare
• RxEye Remote Reading

United-Kingdom-Flag-16 United Kingdom

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• Teldialysis
• Telescot Programme

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