The increasing population age and constant development in medical science affect the living age of chronically ill people. This challenges the Danish health sector in areas such as life quality and sustainable healthcare. ADLIFE seeks to meet these challenges by focusing on people with advanced chronic illnesses who could benefit from the implementation of digital interventions.
ADLIFE seeks to better the life quality of the elderly, chronically ill by using innovative and intelligent personal care across sectors. The ADLIFE toolbox aims to utilise and expand the everyday environment by applying existing reliable healthcare solutions.
ADLIFE aims to demonstrate that it is possible to create personal treatment procedures that provide more suited care to patients with advanced chronic illnesses. The ADLIFE toolbox supports both early diagnoses of treatment needs as well as dynamic personal care.
Start: 1. January 2020
End: 31. December 2023
The project is financed by SC1-DTH-11-2019 in Horizon 2020.
Kronikgune (Basque Country) is the lead partner on the project alongside partners from an additional 10 different countries. The Department of Internal Medicine and Acute Medicine at Odense University Hospital – Svendborg and six other organisations are test sites.