The Project

In response to the fragmentation of Emergency Medical Services in Europe and the pluralistic landscape of practitioners, the iProcureSecurity project aims to identify the capability gaps of the European emergency ecosystem, to monitor research and development initiatives and, finally, to define the needs and technical documentation for the innovation procurement phase.
To find out more about iProcureSecurity, please visit the project website.

The Team

The consortium brings together a balanced combination of capabilities with regards to research on medical emergency, experiences from field operations, expertise in procurement and on assessment of societal aspects while the number of partners ensures that European countries (7 from different European regions) are well represented as this specific action wishes to provide a scalable system at European level.

The Concept

iProcureSecurity aims at creating a Pan-European Network of medical emergency teams together with medical associations, research and innovation providers, medicine related media any other relevant stakeholders in order to identify and tackle capability gaps and innovation needs to foster greater involvement of stakeholders in innovation procurement.