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Revolutionising the Outpatient Care Two Day Exploratory

Rimpilainen, Sanna (2015) Revolutionising the Outpatient Care Two Day Exploratory. [Report]

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The Digital Health and Care Institute held an Outpatient workshop on the 25th November 2015 following the Outpatient Call for Innovation. The attendees of the event were representatives of the projects who had filed an application for the call. The purpose of the workshop was to help the seven proposed projects and the parties who had expressed an interest, to join into larger groupings for the available funding.