- Quality Europe
Access to medicines still a problem for rare disease patients
Patients with rare diseases are not getting the drugs they need, panellists told on Wednesday 21 June.
Until the economic crisis Greece was perceived not to have a housing problem or homelessness.
Housing is a social right and a key component of territorial and urban policies.
Traditional models of supply and demand are no longer enough to deliver decent and affordable homes for many Europeans.
Home care is a sustainable way to deliver healthcare that provides patients with a better quality of life, panellists concluded on 3 May.
It is high time to reform Europe’s healthcare systems. What role can ‘disruptive innovation’ play?
Home care is a sustainable way to deliver healthcare that provides patients with a better quality of life, panellists told a Friends of Europe debate on 3 May.
The digital revolution is rapidly reshaping the world in which we live. What a few years ago appeared to be mere science fiction is now entering our homes.
Affordable housing is one of the most widespread social aims of the housing policies in Europe.
The success or failure of our present healthcare systems depends to a large degree on developments in eHealth.
While there are more than 150,000 health apps available, only few make their way into standard care and fundamentally change the patient experience.
Home ownership and tenancy are by far the most conventional land tenures in Europe, but Catalonia has taken steps to change the situation.