The vision of the proposed Linked2Safety project is to advance clinical practice and accelerate medical research, to improve the quality of healthcare, benefiting public health, and to enhance patients’ safety; by providing pharmaceutical companies, healthcare professionals and patients with an innovative semantic interoperability framework, a sustainable business model, and a scalable technical infrastructure & platform for the efficient, homogenized access to and the effective, viable utilization of the increasing wealth of medical information contained in the EHRs deployed and maintained at regional and/or national level across Europe, dynamically interconnecting distributed patients data to medical research efforts, respecting patients’ anonymity, as well as European and national legislation.


Förderinstitution: EU-Kommission
Fördermittel: 4,57 Mio. EUR (Gesamtvolumen)
ca. 325.000 EUR (IRI-Anteil)
Projektdauer: 01.10.2010 - 30.09.2014
Projektmitarbeiter: Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Forgó,
Marc Stauch,
Thorsten Heermann,
Alan Dahi