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Title: Vloga direktorja informatike pri pospe


Health eProcurement Cross-border
eCollaboration in the eRegion ICT, economical,
and organitational issues for e-health
integration in the enlarged Europe University of
Trieste University of Primorska Spring School
in Koper, May 22 23, 2014 Jože
GricarProfessor Emeritus of the University of
MariborGricar_at_FOV.Uni-Mb.si Program Coordinator
eRegionIn the eRegion business government
organizations, as well as individuals,
extensively use eTechnologiesin order to
support their work
eRegion - various perspectivesFrom a small
business perspective, eRegion is an area of
about 100 kilometers around the companys
location. From a large companys perspective,
eRegion is an area of some 200-500 kilometers
around the companys location.From the
Knowledge Village perspective, eRegion is the
area of about 5 hours air-flight to/from Dubai,
Arab Emirates.
  • .

EU Strategy for the Danube
Regionhttp//Danube-Region.eu Priorities of
the EU Strategy for the Danube Region

The Danube Region
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Slovenias competitive advantage Location
Location Location
Inter-Municipality Initiative in Slovenia
Cross-border eCollaboration in the Danube
nterMunicipality20./Participants(as per May
  • Town Municipalities
  • Neighboring Municipalities
  • Tourist Organizations
  • Regional Chambers of Commerce Craft and Small
  • Development Centres
  • Companies
  • Health Institutions
  • Prehospital Emergency Medical Services
  • Insurance
  • Organizers of Major International Events
  • IT Providers
  • Supporters National Administrations
  • National Assembly Deputies
  • Organizations of Slovenes Abroad
  • National Self-governing Communities
  • Diplomats
  • Institutes
  • Universities

Objectives of eSolutions and eServices for a
Cross-border eCollaboration
  • Innovativeness
  • User-centricity
  • Open innovation
  • Simplicity
  • Low-cost accessibility
  • Web sites connectivity
  • Multi lingual eSolutions eServices
  • Openness to the organizations in Slovenia and
    other countries
  • eServices engagement (cloud computing)
  • Prototyping - Experimenting in the Living Lab

A missing link in innovation
Phase 2 Prototype
Phase 0 Research
Phase 1 Solution proposal
Phase 4 Commercial product/service
Phase 3 Pre-commercial product/service
Innovation no mans land
Research push
Market pull
Presented by Veli-Pekka Niitamo, NOKIA ENoLL,
Bled eConference June 5, 2007
  • A prototype is
  • an early sample or model
  • built to test a concept or process
  • or to act as a thing to be replicated
  • or learned from.
  • Wikipedia
  • A prototype is a basis for a development
  • of a pilot.

Prototype Types
  • Technology prototype a new operational
    eSolution or eService.
  • Organizational prototype a new operational
    eSolution or eService in an organizational
    setting, or an already proven eSolution or
    eService in a new organizational setting.
  • A basis of a prototype development
  • is a problem
  • for which the stakeholders
  • have interest in solving it.

Open Innovation
  • Open innovation is a paradigm that assumes
    that firms can and should use external ideas as
    well as internal ideas, and internal and external
    paths to market, as the firms look to advance
    their technology.
  • The boundaries between a firm and its
    environment have become more permeable
    innovations can easily transfer inward and
  • The central idea behind open innovation is
    that in a world of widely distributed knowledge,
    companies cannot afford to rely entirely on their
    own research, but should instead buy or license
    processes or inventions (i.e. patents) from other
  • Wikipedia

Living Lab
  • A Living Lab is an environment in which
    researchers, developers and users cooperate with
    the common objective of delivering a tested
    product, solution or service respecting the
    users requirements in a shortest time possible.
  • The environment may be
  • a city, a region within a country, an industry, a
    supply chain or a whole country.

eHealth Prototype ProposalsItaly-Slovenia
Cross-border eCollaboration Workshop, April 17,
  • Regional Cross-Border Exchange of eInvoices in
  • Dr. Christian Kittl, Managing Director, Evolaris
    next level GmbH Mobile Living Lab,
    Austriae-collaboration against rheumatic
  • Mag. Katja Oven, Project Manager, Geodetic
    Institute of Slovenia
  • A system of geospatial health indicators for
    health care managementDr. Dalibor Radovan,
    Manager of Development sector, Geodetic Institute
    of Slovenia
  • Real time insight into free healthcare capacity
    of cross-border hospitals in a case of epidemic
    disease outbreak or a major disaster
  • Mag. Egon Milanic, Project Manager, Ineor Ltd.,
    Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Cross Border EHR (Electronic Health Record)
  • Alberto Steindler, CEO, Insiel Mercato SpA,
    Trieste, Italy
  • Telerehabilitation using multimedia educational
  • Dr. Drago Rudel, Director, MKS Electronic Systems
    Ltd., Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Management of drug related problems
  • Jani Recer, Assistant Director for Informatics,
    University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Slovenia

eHealth Prototype Proposals Cont.Italy-Slovenia
Cross-border eCollaboration Workshop, April 17,
  • Multitouch open source radiological station  A
    DICOM archive (PACS, Picture Archiving
    Communication in Medicine) for anotomopathology
  • Andrea Poli, CEO, O3 Enterprise, Trieste, Italy
  • Cross-border e-Discharge Letter  Cross-border
  • Dr. Brane Leskošek, Assistant Professor,
    University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine,
    Institute of Biostatistics and Medical
  • Information system for expert help with the
    research proposals involving live organisms 
  • Dr. Jure Dimec, Assistant Professor, University
    of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of
    Biostatistics and Medical Informatics
  • Regional arthroplasty register
  • Dr. Ingrid Milošev, Director assistant for
    scientific research and educational area,
    Valdoltra Orthopaedic Hospital  Head of the
    Department of Physical and Organic Chemistry,
    Institute "Jozef Stefan" Ljubljana, Slovenia 

eHealth Prototype Proposals Cont.3rd Danube
eRegion Conference DeRC 2013 Cross-border
eSolutions eServices Prototypes
  • Real time insight into healthcare capacity key
  • Egon Milanic, Project Director, Ineor d.o.o.,
  • Up-to-date ICT supported holistic assessment of
    initial and program-based progress tracking of
    health readiness
  • Alenka Ribic, Project Office Manager, RC-IKTS
    Savinja Žalec, Slovenia
  • TeleMed System Better quality of Life at lower
  • Graziano de Petris, Head Research Unit in
    Telemedicine, University Hospital Trieste, Italy 
  •  Drug Event Reporting with Mobile Information
    Solutions DERMIS
  • Dr. Christian Kittl, Managing Director, evolaris
    next level, Graz, Austria Mobile Living Lab 
  • Regional arthroplasty register
  • Ingrid Milošev, Assistant Director, Valdoltra
    Orthopedic Hospital, Slovenia 

Innovation take-up in Europe is too slow
  • It is important to note that Europe is
    traditionally stronger in research output and
    weaker in innovation take-up (i.e., adoption). To
    improve adoption rates, the new EU Horizon 2O2O
    programme stresses a more holistic perspective
    for Research, Development, and Innovation (RDI)
    and this is another step in the right direction.
    This programme should
  • encourage more Europeans to take measured risks
    and reap the benefits of new higher-expectation
  • Curley Salmelin (2013) Open Innovation 2.0 A
    New Paradigm

Related Conferences in the Danube Region
  • Danube Region Business Forum 2013
  • ICT New Developments in Information and
    Communication Technology
  • Austrian Federal Economic Chamber, Vienna,
    November 14 15 http//b2match.eu/danuberegionbus
  • 4th Danube eRegion Conference DeRC 2014
    Cross-border eSolutions eServices Prototypes
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia,
    Ljubljana, September 22-23, 2014,
  • http//eLivingLab.org/CrossBordereRegion/DeRC2014

The Ambassadors of Austria, Hungary, Serbia and
Slovakia Sharing Interest in a Cross-border
eCollaboration in the Danube eRegion3rd Danube
eRegion Conference DeRC 2013, September
  • The EU Strategy for the Danube Region
    (http//Danube-Region.eu) has opened many
    interesting opportunities for the intensified
    cooperation of the countries in the region.
  • The e-government development has provided a solid
    basis for numerous services to the administration
    and to the citizens.
  • Awareness creation and preconditions provision of
    eCollaboration by building bridges between
    academia and the government are needed for
    in-time EU project proposals submission.
  • The municipalities have major interest in a
    cross-border collaboration, for example in the
    areas of tourism and culture.

The Ambassadors of Austria, Hungary, Serbia and
Slovakia Sharing Interest in a Cross-border
eCollaboration in the Danube eRegion3rd Danube
eRegion Conference DeRC 2013, September 23cont.
  • The eGovernment efforts have to re-focus from
    being administration oriented to being population
    oriented (user-demand driven systems).
  • Regions development (B2B, G2C, G2G) has to be
  • The digital divide, although still noticeable, is
    not an obstacle.
  • There are too many protocols not talking to
    each other (single-window approach needed).
  • Numerous websites accessible are in national
    language only (various language requirements have
    to be accommodated based on a common basis in

  • OECD Council Recommendation on Principles for
    Internet Policy Making (2011). Organisation for
    Economic Co-operation and Development. 13
    December 2011, pp 10,
  • http//www.oecd.org/sti/ieconomy/49258588.pdf
  • Curley, Martin Salmelin, Bror (2013) Open
    Innovation 2.0 A New Paradigm. OISPG Open
    Innovation Strategy and Policy Group, pp 12,
  • Digital Economy, Innovation and Services.
    Conclusions. European Council. Brussels, October
    25, 2013,
  • http//www.consilium.europa.eu/uedocs/cms_data/doc

Opportunities in Open Innovation Experience
Sharing in the eRegions
  • Which components, solutions, or operations
    successful in one eRegion could be copied, which
    could be followed, and which are not applicable
    at all in another eRegion?
  • Can some guidelines for successful copying be
    defined and generalized for better understanding
    of the potential of the open innovation as a
    concept and as a practice in an eRegion?
  • How relevant are the outstanding business,
    government, and academic leaders to the eRegions
    awareness creation, policy making, or solutions

Invitationto a Cross-bordereCollaboration
  • eMunicipalities without borders eCollaboration
  • Inter-eRegions eCollaboration
  • eMobility
  • eBusiness for SMEs
  • Cross-border supply chains
  • eInvoicing eProcurement
  • eHealth eInclusion
  • eTourism eHeritage
  • eParticipation eDemocracy
  • eResponse in Disaster
  • eGeografic Applications
  • eCrime
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