EXUS as Partner
Real-world-data Enabled Assessment for heaLth regulatory decision-Making
Software in medicine and healthcare is increasingly being used for the operation of medical equipment, in electronic health records, in health tracking applications, as well as for remote medicine and healthcare practice.
The EU-funded REALM project proposes to build a platform for the robust and uniform evaluation and certification of such healthcare software. The platform will integrate global regulatory guidelines and legislation alongside methodologies for effectively implementing real-world data. It will assist in the assessment of medical/healthcare software, ensuring that the necessary quality standards are met. Five software projects generated through the REALM ecosystem will be implemented in three European countries, and the consortium will use artificial intelligence technologies to support technology assessment and regulatory decision making.
01/2023 - 12/2026
The overall aim of the REALM project is to create a collaborative framework for regulatory authorities, application developers, healthcare professionals and policy officers to co-create and evaluate software for medical and healthcare use. We propose to create an inclusive platform leading to a transparent ecosystem for evaluation and certification of software in healthcare where both the developers and the regulatory (and Health Technology Assessment) bodies have access to a standardized set of technology stack and data.
UNIVERSITEIT MAASTRICHT (Netherlands)
COMUNICARE SOLUTIONS (Belgium)
METAMIND INNOVATIONS IKE (Greece)
TRAQBEAT TECHNOLOGIES IDIOTIKI KEFA (Greece(
UNIVERSITE DE LIEGE (Belgium)
VLAAMSE INSTELLING VOOR TECHNOLOGISCH ONDERZOEK N.V. (Belgium)
EURICE EUROPEAN RESEARCH AND PROJECT OFFICE GMBH (Germany)
UNIWERSYTET WARSZAWSKI (Poland)
UCZELNIA LAZARSKIEGO (Poland)
YAGHMA B.V. (Netherland)
EXUS SOFTWARE MONOPROSOPI ETAIRIA PERIORISMENIS EVTHINIS (Greece)
VIRTUAL PHYSIOLOGICAL HUMAN INSTITUTE FOR INTEGRATIVE BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH VZW (Belgium)
UNIVERSITEIT ANTWERPEN (Belgium)
THE CHANCELLOR, MASTERS AND SCHOLARS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD (GB)
UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL (GB)