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The impact assessment of telematics applications in healthcare in Europe

Salazar, Angel and Miles, Ian (2003) The impact assessment of telematics applications in healthcare in Europe. ISSN 1368-2156

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Abstract

This paper synthesises the empirical results and the methodological approach of the TAP-ASSESS study. This study was commissioned by the European Commission's Directorate General for Enterprise in 1999 in order to assess the short- and long-term socio-economic impact of the Telematics Applications Programme (TAP). The TAP-ASSESS study also employed scenarios to consider the long-term implications of the TAP programme. This required selection and application of a method of scenario analysis. The paper synthesises the views of expert respondents, engaged in TAP activities, concerning the dynamics of telematics application innovations - the drivers for and barriers to change, and the ways in which innovation policies and strategies might interact, and the role of SMEs, and local, national and regional institutions.

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