for Healthcare Providers
Healthcare providers – for both outpatient and inpatient care – initiate and drive innovation, whether in terms of processes, products or services. As Medical Valley EMN, we connect healthcare providers with various stakeholders within the healthcare system in order to jointly develop the healthcare of tomorrow.
We will try to proactively integrate you into innovation projects with other players in the healthcare industry. A special focus is on digitally supported integrated care projects. If you would like to become an important part of such a healthcare project, please contact us! Building on many years of experience and collaboration in projects such as digiDEM Bayern, a research project that aims to improve care for people with dementia and their caregivers in Bavaria, and on the initiation of our own projects, e. g. digiOnko, we will find the right project for you.
We organize workshops for you on topics that move you. These can be workshops on technologies, service concepts or supply chains. In recent years, for example, we have held several successful Hackathons.
Every year, numerous training and education events on a wide variety of topics take place in the Medical Valley network. The spectrum ranges from design thinking to Hackathons and tech events.
Since September 2022, the Medical Valley Academy has bundled the expertise from the network and offers online and e-learning courses for first-class knowledge transfer on all aspects of healthcare.
For you, we scout for the right funding programs at state, federal and EU level. Since 2010, we have raised more than 150 million € in funding for our partners. An overview of current funding opportunities can be found here.
Through direct contact or through events on relevant changes in legislation, such as the Digital Healthcare Act (DVG), we offer you networking opportunities with decision-makers from politics, industry, research and healthcare. One example is the “Innovationsbündnis gegen Krebs” (an alliance that supports innovation in cancer research and patient care), which was launched in 2019.