Rotterdam to invest EUR 100,000 into e-health for seniors

Friday 29 June 2018 | 17:34 CET | News
The municipality of Rotterdam will in the coming years set up a temporary subsidy system to stimulate the use of e-health. The amounts will for the moment run up to EUR 100,000. The subsidy is specifically intended to promote the participation of elderly people in society.

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