Connected Health and eGovernment for Smarter Cities

Exploring the Current Landscape and Future Opportunities


Thus far, the focus of smart city-related studies has been mainly on mobility, energy, and the effective use of resources; few have addressed healthcare and government. This research tackles these two areas; it seeks to explore how connected health and eGovernment can contribute to building smart cities and improving the lives of citizens. In the healthcare-related section, this study highlights the key role of the following technologies: telecare, ambient assisted living, remote condition monitoring, shared electronic medical records (EMRs), and clinical decision support systems. As for eGovernment, services based on active user involvement, social inclusion, and open government data are expected to gain more traction in the future.

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Executive SummaryIntroductionKey FindingsConnected HealthConnected Health in a Smart CityKey Challenges Affecting Healthcare SystemsKey Challenges Affecting Healthcare Systems (continued)Addressing Cities’ Key Healthcare ChallengesAssisted LivingAssisted LivingAssisted Living (continued)Case Study—City of Bolzano's Living Safe Project Case Study—City of Bolzano's Living Safe Project (continued) Remote Health Services and PreventionRemote Health Services and PreventionRemote Health Services and Prevention (continued)Case Study 1—Bringing Clinical Expertise into the HomeCase Study 2—Early Warning Sensing Systems for Infectious DiseasesIntegrated Healthcare DeliveryIntegrated Healthcare DeliveryCase Study 1—Shared Care Project in a Region of Southern DenmarkCase Study 1—Shared Care Project in a Region of Southern Denmark (continued)Case Study 2—NEXES Supporting Healthy and Independent Living for Chronic Patients and ElderlyCase Study 2—NEXES Supporting Healthy and Independent Living for Chronic Patients and Elderly (continued)Stakeholder AnalysisCollaboration for Smart Healthy CitiesCollaboration for a Healthy and Smart CityCollaboration for a Healthy and Smart City (continued)TechnologyKey Connected Health Technology Building BlocksKey Connected Health Technology Building Blocks (continued)Key Connected Health Technology Building Blocks (continued)ICT Proposition for Smart HealthcareICT Companies Providing Healthcare Solutions as a Part of Their Smart City OfferingICT Companies Providing Healthcare Solutions as a Part of Their Smart City Offering (continued)OutlookHub and Spoke Healthcare Delivery ModelTowards Smart Healthy CitiesKey MessageseGovernmenteGovernment and a Smart CityThe Role of eGovernment in a Smart CityeGovernment DeliveryOverview of eGovernment DevelopmentsEvolution of eGovernmentGovernment to Citizens (G2C)Government to Citizens (G2C) (continued)Government to Citizens (G2C) (continued)Government to Business (G2B)Government to Government (G2G)Key Trends in eGovernmentKey Technologies Building Local eGovernmenteGovernment Deployment CaseseInclusion—Swindon Borough Council Electoral Modernisation Programme (SEMP)Speeding Every European Digital (SEED) FUPOL—Intelligent Tools for Policy DesignSMARTiP—Smart Metropolitan Areas Realised Through Innovation and PeopleKey MessagesLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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