BSR S3 Ecosystem project launched in Saint Petersburg

05.10.2020

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The international project BSR S3 Ecosystem has been launched in St. Petersburg under the European Union’s Baltic Sea Region Programme / BSR Interreg.

The Russian part of the BSR S3 Ecosystem project is being implemented in accordance with the Partnership Agreement between the leading partner – Västerbotten RegionL Administration (Sweden) and the Russian partner – St. Petersburg Medical Information and Analytical Centre.

The major goal of the project is to develop a model for an innovative platform and management system for value-based medical services in cardiology in St. Petersburg. This will create a “live” laboratory, promote the results of the pilot project to other regions and other medical fields, create new opportunities for organizing medical care and improving the quality of life.

Associated partners of the project are:

The project is based on many years of cooperation under the Agreement between Saint Petersburg and Tampere (Finland). The preparation took into account:

The result of the project should be a model of the organization of the healthcare system in Saint Petersburg (under the project – in the field of cardiology) founded on a value-based approach and focusing on the final result.

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