Welcome to the EIP on AHA portal

This platform is a communication and information hub for all actors involved in Active and Healthy Ageing through Europe. It is the place to encourage partner engagement, promote news and events, meet and exchange ideas with peers, and look for potential partners on innovative projects. Join our growing and productive community of stakeholders. Let's work together to make the EU a place of excellence in innovation for healthy ageing!

Welcome to the EIP on AHA portal

Highlights from EIP on AHA

The Extended 3rd Call for Reference Sites is now open! Become a key player in driving regional innovation in active and healthy ageing across Europe

 

Help plan future EIP on AHA activities through the CoP 2019 Satisfaction Survey - We want to hear from you!

 

Don't miss the October edition of the EIP on AHA Newsletter. Keep up to date with the latest news, events and funding opportunities available for the active and healthy ageing community. 

 

Couldn't make it to Aarhus?

Check out the main highlights on Blueprint&SHAFE and scaling up regional innovation.

Check out the main highlights on the way towards a new partnership, I2M, MAFEIP and the RS Award Ceremony. 

 

Have your say! The European Commission launches public consultations on the Digital Europe programmes for the 2021-2022 period. 

 

The Innovation to Market Plan has been launched to foster the cross-border adoption of digitally-driven solutions for active and healthy ageing.  

 
 

EIP on AHA: the place to transform and innovate health and care

EIP on AHA stakeholders have a unique opportunity to shape the future of active and healthy ageing in Europe by contributing to the transformation and innovation of health and care in the Digital Single Market.

While the EIP on AHA’s foundations are based on Action Groups and European Reference Sites, it also integrates three horizontal initiatives - the Blueprint, Innovation to Market (I2M), and MAFEIP. Join the EIP on AHA!

Share your innovative practice that has scaling up potential with the EIP on AHA repository.

Just stay informed on what happens, participate by posting information, become active in an Action Group. You decide your level of involvement, you are welcome either way!

Do you want to know more about standardization in AHA? Visit new section on standards with more than 500 items!

Check a summary of EU funding sources which could be relevant to your work and your projects on active and healthy ageing.

Work with the EIP on AHA to innovate and transform health and care in the Digital Single Market.

Get an integrated geographical visualisation of all the key activities of EIPonAHA.

Find free materials, documentation and tools to improve your knowledge and expertise in the public procurement of innovation.

Discover some projects with potential scaling up possibilities, raise your knowledge and establish links with some key actors in digital innovation.

New market opportunities related to the rights, needs and demands of the (growing) population over 50.

EUROPEAN INNOVATION PARTNERSHIP on Active and Healthy Ageing

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Transforming Ageing - SoCaTel Hackathons: Win a 500 EUR cash prize plus a contract worth 6,000 EUR!

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I2M Update: Three activities not to miss this year in Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA) if you are leading digital transformation

Innovation to Market (I2M) aims to bridge the gap between adopters of innovation (healthcare and social organisations)...

The Extended 3rd Call for Reference Sites is now open! Become a key player in driving regional innovation in active and healthy ageing across Europe. Deadline: 16th December 2019

Following the success of the 3rd Call for Reference Sites, awarding 77 excellent and committed Reference Sites last...

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