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DigiCare4You is an innovative, easy-to-implement, low-cost, and sustainable solution which will help build healthcare services’ capacity and strengthen countries’ primary care systems as well as address the specific needs and preferences of people at risk of T2D and/or hypertension, as they develop healthy habits and engage in activities supporting their well-being. Aiming to be a fully scalable and transferable solution, a roadmap will be developed to help policymakers  assess the feasibility and effectiveness of the DigiCare4You solution in their regions/countries and promote people-centred care and integrated health services in Europe and beyond.

Project News

A new WHO Europe study showing the positive effect of digital tools on health workers has been published in The Lancet Digital Health.[1] Digital tools including, but not limited to, telemedicine, and mobile health technologies were found to impact positively health workers’ performance, clinical practice and management, and enhance quality and delivery of, and acc

Consortium Partners from the DigiCare4You project published a new article in npj Digital Medicine (August, 2023) on the cost-effectiveness of text messaging, smartphone application and website interventions for the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes (T2D) and hypertension (HTN).

June 7 marks World Food Safety Day.

Healthy eating is important for everyone to lower the risk of developing noncommunicable diseases such as type 2 diabetes and hypertension, and it is crucial for the care and management of these conditions. 

Promoting healthy lifestyles, including healthy eating and physical activity, is a key compoent of the DigiCare4You solution, which aims at alleviating the burden of type 2 diabetes and hypertension on individual and society.

One of the themes of the European Public Health Week 2023 highlights the importance of preventing and controlling chronic diseases. 

T2D and HTN represent a major burden on individuals and society and are the root causes of other chronic conditions.  Currently 537 m people worldwide live with diabetes (61m in Europe) and this number is forecast to rise to 643 m by 2030 (67m in Europe).  Additionally, 1.23 billion people live with hypertension. Early screening and a focus on preventative measures is key to tackling these conditions.

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An intersectoral innovative solution involving DIGItal tools, empowering families and integrating  

community CARE services for the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes and hypertension

DigiCare4You Consortium