How can Europe work together to overcome the pandemic? How can digital health data be used to improve health care? How do we pool research expertise and research resources in order to speed up medical innovation? These were some of the issues discussed and agreed upon at the recent Members’ Assembly of the European University Hospital Alliance (EUHA), an association representing Europe’s nine leading university hospitals. The meeting, which was held online due to the current pandemic, saw the EUHA partners map out a way forward.
Hospitals are rapidly running out of essential drugs for treating COVID patients in intensive care units. In the absence of European collaboration to ensure a steady supply of these drugs, front line COVID hospitals may no longer be able to provide adequate intensive care in one to two weeks from now.
European university hospitals urgently call on national authorities to keep European borders open for the supply of medical equipment.
EUHA hosts a discussion on sustainable value in healthcare at the World Health Summit 2019
On the 11th of April the CEOs of the European University Hospital Alliance met at the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam.
A consortium of seven leading European university hospitals will join efforts to innovate procurement of digital health and care services.
A little more than a year ago, the leaders of some of the best European university hospitals came together as peers for the first time. Based on recognition of one another’s strenghts, shared challenges and opportunities, together with the added value of European collaboration they decided to found the European University Hospital Alliance.
The European University Hospital Alliance is pleased to announce it will participate at the European Alliance for Personalised Medicine (EAPM) 2018 congress.