Request for Proposal until 31st May – submit a response via email here
The H2O project is looking for a public organisation to partner with in order to create the pan-European Observatory that will lead the development and growth of the H2O network. This is a unique opportunity to become part of and shape a truly transformational initiative that puts patients at the core of decision making in healthcare.
The pan-European observatory will play a central role in maintaining the H2O mission and overseeing the H2O network. This new body will be an independent, not-for-profit association, capable of fostering a European-aligned approach. It will lead the H2O ecosystem and will extend the H2O concept from its initial focus by adding more disease areas, new data sources, and other settings.
The H2O partners are now inviting proposals from national public sector bodies that could partner with this new body and participate in its Board. Several criteria for potential applicants are outlined in the Request for Proposal (RFP), with the most significant being that the applicant would be a “national public sector body with knowledge and competence over the health sector in its country (and) could commit to become a partner representing the constituency of public authorities on the board of the pan-European observatory”.
Responses should be submitted by 23:59 CEST on Monday 31st May. Webinars will be held in May to provide interested parties the opportunity to ask for clarification – check back for updates.