The observatory business architecture outlines the initial design of the national and umbrella observatories, together with the principles behind that design. The business architecture covers organizational matters and is complementary to the technical architecture for the observatory network.
The six components of the business architecture include: the mission statement and governance principles; the legal structure for the formation of the observatories and the network of observatories; a summary of the first version of the data management plan; the organizational characteristics of the observatories; and an outline of the approach for the observatories to be sustained beyond the IMI funding period.
Read or download H2O_D1.1 Observatory business architecture
The scope of this deliverable is to describe an overarching operational plan for the four National Observatories (NO). The overarching operational plan for the NOs contains a general description of the main actions required for the deployment and operational functioning. This deliverable describes on a high level the necessary capabilities and the main tasks that the national observatories will implement.
Read or download H2O_D6.1_Operational plan National Observatories
This deliverable describes the operational plan for the pan-European umbrella H2O observatory (EUO).
The EUO will coordinate the H2O effort at the European level and ensures standardization as well as interoperability across NOs. More specifically, the EUO will be able to conduct multi-country analysis of this outcomes’ data across several jurisdictions through federated access to the data from the NOs and serve as a common repository for reports, analytical tools and educative materials to make it available to the respective stakeholders of the health eco-system.
To achieve its mission, the EUO will strive to ensure harmonization and standardization of outcomes data, the patient reported outcomes (PROs) and patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) used in clinical care within the NO community with the clear intent to adopt a common standardised language for patients and HCPs and to pave the way towards value based health care. Furthermore, it will promote wide-scale adoption of outcomes, and the value of outcomes data for a diversity of purposes, such as health care decision, health policy, drug development or digital health innovation. Eventually, it will offer outcomes related products and services. Finally, the EUO will be a catalyst for the future growth of the network of NOs.
Read or download H2O_D6.3_Operational plan for the Pan-European Observatory