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Culminatum Innovation Ltd Oy EU PreCo-project: Innovative Pre-Commercial Public Procurament / eHealth
 

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Culminatum Innovation Ltd Oy EU PreCo-project: Innovative Pre-Commercial Public Procurament / eHealth. Ikävalko S. eHealth week 2010 (Barcelona: CCIB Convention Centre; 2010)

Culminatum Innovation Ltd Oy EU PreCo-project: Innovative Pre-Commercial Public Procurament / eHealth. Ikävalko S. eHealth week 2010 (Barcelona: CCIB Convention Centre; 2010)

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    Culminatum Innovation Ltd Oy EU PreCo-project: Innovative Pre-Commercial Public Procurament / eHealth Culminatum Innovation Ltd Oy EU PreCo-project: Innovative Pre-Commercial Public Procurament / eHealth Presentation Transcript

    • Suzan Ikävalko Culminatum Innovation Ltd Oy EU PreCo-project Innovative Pre-Commercial Public Procurament / eHealth
    • What is PreCo? • A coordination action funded by the FP-7 program of the European Commission aiming at ”Enhancing Innovation in Pre-commercial Public Purchasing Processes” • Consists of ten partners from seven EU countries, leadpartner and coordinator Cuminatum Innovation Ltd Oy (Finland).
    • PreCo actions • Benchmark: Collecting and analysing best practices • Facilitate discussion between procurers and suppliers. • Establish a thematic network of experts on PCP. • Identify common ground for guidelines, policy recommendations and PCP strategies. Delivered to the Commission by the end of 2011. • Joint events and public PreCo website www.preco.share2solve.org
    • PreCo aims to identify • How public authorities can achieve highly innovative solution through greater market engagement ( In cases where all the aspects of the procured item are not known initially, but can only be established by a collaborative R&D process ). • Thematic focus on eHealth and eEnergy • Approach - User driven open innovation (procurer, suppliers and users), pilot procurements in EU Member States
    • What is PCP? ( COM 2007:799)
    • Important aspects in PCP • Risk-benefit sharing - the procurer does not own the results, opportunities for SMEs • Competitive development in phases - Curiosity driven exploratory research, followed by phases where solutions are step-wise selected or abandoned, • Separation of R&D phase from procurament of commercial volumes of end-products - allows the public procurer to find the best possible market /user driven solution
    • eHealth PCP practices in Europe, preliminary findings • PCP projects are still rare at least as text book cases. Mixed elements from Public-Private Innovation, Market Dialogue, PCP and Commercial regular Procurament are used. • PCP is used in complex product-service systems - in thematic fields such as health, elderly and social care. • Total solutions are procured more often than components.
    • Procurement of eHealth PCP process can help to specify, design and procure innovative ICT solutions as well as complete healthcareservices, which include ICT. Interoperability is not a technical problem as such - Public procurers need to have : • Knowledge and willigness to DEMAND and PROCURE technically interoperable solutions • Resources: Long term perspective (cost/benefit) in stead of short term cost reduction.
    • Tekes ”PCP” funding instrument
    • CHANGE OF MINDSET NEEDED? THANK YOU ! MUCHAS GRACIAS ! MOLTES GRACIES! suzan.ikavalko@culminatum.fi +358-50-5834292
    • Questions to stimulate the discussion 1. Do you have any experiences of PCP like development processes in the field of eHealth, including user driven co-generation and Living Labs? 2. If yes – what have been the main lessons learnt and main benefits/gains? 3. Can you define the most crucial obstacles for using PCP type approaches as preparatory phase for commercial procurement in eHealth sector?