Dutch govt to put EUR 90 mln into e-health for the elderly

Friday 18 January 2019 | 20:56 CET | News
The Dutch government will in the coming years put EUR 90 million into E-Health Home, a subsidy scheme aimed at stimulating e-health applications for older people with chronic diseases or disabilities. Providers of care and support for the elderly, together with the purchasers of this care, will be able to submit plans this spring to receive a subsidy. Over the next three years, EUR 30 million will be available each year. A total of around 280 initiatives will be funded from the scheme.

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Categories: General
Companies: Ministerie van Volksgezondheid, Welzijn & Sport
Countries: Netherlands
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