The European Commission has launched a call for tender for a study to assess the progress of the eHealth Action Plan in every objective. This will steer the preparation and design of the post-2015 pro
The European Commission has launched a call for tender for a study to assess the progress of the eHealth Action Plan in every objective. This will steer the preparation and design of the post-2015 programming period.
The evaluation of the eHealth Action Plan 2012-2020 will contribute to the eHealth strategy of DG CONNECT and could support the same exercise by 2020.
The current study should include the assessment of the progress of the e-HAP in every objective by:
1. analysing the added value of having an action plan;
2. providing an overview of the implementation of the e-HAP in the first 2-3 years, including a quantitative and
qualitative description of the priorities set, the financial mechanisms used (e.g. operating grants, joint actions,
tenders, etc.), the beneficiaries reached, the actions funded, and the intended results;
3. assessing the relevance, effectiveness and efficiency of the funded actions, taking into consideration the
fact that the majority of the actions funded will not have provided all the deliverables and final reports when the
evaluation takes place, so the assessment of impact will have to be forward-looking. However, some preliminary
outcome should be analysed, above all related to the data strategy;
4. assessing the impact and adoption of the policy targets.
This assessment should include desk work on the projects and studies supported by the EC, in addition to a
survey with representatives of MSs or other key stakeholders about the progress, impact and added value of
the actions which have taken place. The study should look for quantitative and objective indicators. Satisfaction
surveys should be complementary.
Maximum value 200 000 EUR.
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate
19.9.2014 – 16:00