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1 1 European Innovation Partnership: pilot on Active & Healthy Ageing Ilias Iakovidis Acting Head of Unit ICT for Inclusion, DG INFSO European Commission

2 2 Demographic Ageing Social necessity 80+ population doubles until 2050; 60+ from 20% (2000) to 29% (2025) 21% of 50+ population has severe vision/hearing/dexterity problems Today 4 working for 1 retired, in 2050 only 2 working for 1 retired Cost of pensions/health/long-term care go up by 4-8 % of GDP by 2025 Shortfall of care staff, (estimated need for 20 million informal carers by 2025, FEPEM) Economic opportunity Empowering elderly persons to age actively Wealth and revenues in Europe of persons over 65 is over 3000 B€ 85 million consumers in Europe over 65 today, 150 Million by 2050 Large efficiency gains from ICT in care (25%) Telecare market >5 B€/year by 2015 in Europe

3 3 EIP AHA Objectives and headline target Headline target by 2020 Increasing the number of healthy life years (HLYs) by 2 in the EU on average A triple win for Europe Enabling EU citizens to lead healthy, active and independent lives until old age Improving the sustainability and efficiency of social and health care systems Developing and deploying innovative solutions, thus fostering competitiveness and market growth

4 4 Innovation in support of older people… At Work –Staying active and productive for longer –Better quality of work and work-life balance In the Community –Overcoming isolation & loneliness –Keeping up social networks –Accessing public services At Home –Better quality of life for longer –Independence, autonomy and dignity

5 5 Example: ICT and Alzheimers Disease Total care costs of Alzheimer's disease in 2005 was €130 billion for the EU 27 region (7.3 Million people) ICT solutions can help to: –Detect disease earlier –Keep elderly mentally active and delay impact –Keep elderly at home for longer and improve QoL –Assist relatives and carers through remote monitoring and tracking =>Reduce stress and workload –Improve efficiency of care –Reduce costs for society High social impact and large market opportunity

6 6 AHAIP – what? Main areas of work Innovation in Prevention and early diagnosis Innovation in Integrated Care Innovation in Active and Independent Living Communication and Awareness

7 7 Pilot EIP on Active and Healthy Ageing APPROACH: Combining demand and supply sides of innovation Building on existing instruments and new ones where necessary Ownership of key stakeholder willing to invest High-level political commitment Very large-scale deployment Awareness and best-practice sharing across Europe


9 9 AHAIP – The Wider Picture Policy Areas FP7 ICT & Ageing well FP7 eHealth AAL CIP ICT & Ageing well CIP eHealth Ageing well action plan eHealth action plan Public Health Programme Struct ural Funds EIB ESF JPI More Years, Better Lives          Active and Healthy Ageing Partnership FP7 Health  Natio nal funds Time to market 

10 10 EIP Governance Light and efficient structure Steering Board: High level reps of key stakeholders –Member States, European Parliament –Key initiatives (JPIs, AAL) –Demand side (regions, NGOs) –Supply Side (industry, SMEs, service providers, research) Does not replace existing governance Provides framework for voluntary coordination Responsible for Strategic Implementation Plan –Identify key opportunities for innovation in ageing well –Identify barriers and actions

11 11 Outcome of the public consultation General information Existing and future initiatives Innovation barriers Exchange of ideas and knowledge union/index_en.cfm?section=active-healthy-ageing

12 12 General information Number of replies received per sector, total 524

13 13 Existing and future initiatives  Innovative ways of care  Independent living  Continuum of care  Evidence/HTA  Other: Valorisation, boosting competitiveness, …….

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15 15 Features of a priority action area  likely to make the greatest contribution to the objectives of the Partnership  benefiting particularly from the Partnership approach  likely to significantly contribute to overcoming the key bottlenecks and barriers  facilitating innovation in an area where European industry has or may develop a competitive advantage

16 16 Developing the Strategic Implementation Plan Identifying key areas with high innovation potential –Relevance to target (HLY, QoL, Efficiency Gains) –Barriers Defining Actions to overcome barriers –Governed by Steering Board Stakeholders/investors main actors –Demand side : Users, NGOs, public authorities, insurance etc. –Supply Side: Industry, Service providers, Research etc. Major inputs –Public consultation –Working groups in key areas with Stakeholders

17 17 Launching Actions Working groups on key actions Demand/supply stakeholders willing to commit Aggregating existing innovation to large scale –From pilot to mainstream implementation Defining Actions to overcome barriers –New policy actions, organisational structures..... Identifying EU/national/regional funding sources –R&D, Innovation –Structural funds, EIB –Public/private investments Operational plan, targets and governance

18 18 Milestones 11 Nov 2010EP resolution 26 Nov 2010Competitiveness Council Conclusions 26 Nov 2010Stakeholder event 26 Nov 2010On-line public consultation 28 Jan 2011 4 Feb 2011European Council Conclusions 9 March 2011 Competitiveness Council Conclusions on representation of the Council in the SG ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 May 2011 Steering group 1 st meeting of the SG – Autumn 2011 Strategic Implementation Plan Council/EP political endorsement – autumn 2011 End 2011Report with work progress

19 19 Key Links EIP - JPI JPI provides new knowledge on ageing for EIP, it builds on initiatives such as SHARE ERIC – Eu Infrastructure on Research in Ageing 2 JPIs are part of EIP governance JPI contributes to EIP strategic implementation plan EIP provides input to JPI priority setting EIP can bring demand side actors to JPI discussions and decisions

20 20 Thank you for your attention

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