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Fractures and linked health disorders are going to increase in the future due to an ageing society. The project “Baltic Fracture Competence Centre” (BFCC) will set up local fracture registries at six hospitals around the Baltic Sea Region and link them together in one transnational fracture registry.

This first transnational registry will support hospitals and companies in the Baltic Sea Region in identifying needs and potentials for innovation within fracture management. Furthermore, clinicians will support the innovation process by identifying clinical needs.

As a future platform for fracture management BFCC will start collaboration between industry and hospitals by carrying out three demonstration pilots.

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Cross-border transfer of eHealth data - BFCC session at Baltic Sea Region Forum

BFCC hosts a panel discussion within the 8th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region on 14th of June in Berlin.

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First results at the Requirement Engineering Workshop in Germany

On 27th April 2017 stakeholders were invited in the first Requirement Engineering Workshop of the Baltic Fracture Competence Centre project (BFCC).

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NDPHS discusses steps to help ensure sustainability of BFCC project results

During the latest meeting of its Expert Groups’ leaderships, the Northern Dimension Partnership in Public Health and Social Well-being (NDPHS) discussed how to help ensure that the BFCC results would be transferred from the project level to the policy level. “I appreciate an innovative approach exercised by the BFCC project and believe it will contribute to the improvement of health care conditions in the Baltic Sea Region. We are now discussing how our Partnership could help ensure sustainability of BFCC project results,” confirmed Marek Maciejowski, Director of the NDPHS Secretariat.

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