Adriatic Model of Sustainable Mobility in Health and Care Sector

Priority and Measure
Measure 3.2 - Sustainable Mobility Systems
Priority 3 – Accessibility and Networks
EUSAIR Pillars
Connecting region
Type of Project
Aida Spahić and Emir Kurtović
Interviewee role
Project Assistant and Project officer
Federal Ministry of Health
E-mail -
+ 387 33 551 180
Project website
Budget in euros


Role Name City Country Contact person Email / website
Lead Partner: Federal Ministry of Health Sarajevo   Bosnia and Herzegovina Vildana Doder  
Partner 1 Association for Promotion of Local Development and Education MSC Sarajevo   Bosnia and Herzegovina Kenan Drkić  
Partner 2 Polytechnic University of Marche Ancona   Italy Sauro Longhi  
Partner 3 Agency for Accreditation of Health Care Institutions of Serbia Belgrade Serbia Tanja Tosic
Partner 4 Ministry of Health of Montenegro Podgorica   Montenegro Mirjana Pesalj
Partner 5 Ministry of Health of the Republic of Croatia Zagreb   Croatia Martina Hernaut
Partner 6 Tetras business consulting, limited liability company Koper Slovenia Dorjan Marusic  
Partner 7 Durres Regional Hospital Durres   Albania Viola Xhindi
Partner 8 Business and Economy Promotion Center Durres   Albania Andrea Xhavara  
Partner 9 Social Cooperative COOSS Marche Ancona   Italy Andrea Scocchera
Partner 10 Marche Nord Hospital Pesaro   Italy Michele Caporossi
Partner 11 CNR National Research Council – IFC Institute of Clinical Physiology Monteroni (LE) Italy Maria Annunziata Carlucci  
Partner 12 InnoPolis – Centre for Innovation and Culture Corfu   Greece Katerina Sotiropoulou
Partner 13 Ionian University Corfu   Greece Vlamos Panayiotis  
Partner 14 TELEMEDWARE srl Ferrara Italy Fiorani Gilberto

Project Description


Project description

AdriHealthMob intended to systematize a set of procedures that could facilitate the development of a sustainable strategy capable of ensuring the citizenship an easy access to Health and Care services. Project focused on 2 main issues: reducing the not necessary mobility in Health and Care field; planning the future investments in the Health and Care sector in order to have excellence centers in the Adriatic Region. The last part of the project was  focused on the promotion of Recommendations, and their acquisition by the representatives of the political system of the Macro-Adriatic Region.


What has been done during the project  in order to achieve its main goal(s)?

The project started with the activity of Capitalization aimed at identifying past and current experiences in transport models and mobility schemes within the Health and Care sector and at connecting future actions with the best practices emerged. Following activities included data collection aimed at providing a better knowledge and understanding of flows, data, information about transport, mobility, routes, services, procedures and area of improvements with reference to the topic of accessibility of Health and Care services. Hence, the use of ICT solutions to Health and Care services has been promoted. Sustainable and permanent models of Health and Care management with effective impact on transport and mobility schemes were introduced. The implementation, testing, assessment and validation of experimental initiatives devoted to the optimisation of transport for Health and Care have been carried out. The final actions will be linked to the realisation of agreements for joint planning of transport in the Health and Care in the Macro-Adriatic Region.


Which are the project main results/impacts?

Result/Impact 1

Cross border and joint plans and procedures for management, administration and dissemination of project activities.

Result/Impact 2

Cross border mapping on transport routes for health and care, mobility behaviors, needs, priorities, costs and crosscuts between transport and health investment.

Result/Impact 3

ICT solutions implemented for a sustainable model of transport for health and health (interactive map, Resource Centre, TeleControl, Electronic Patient Summary).

Result/Impact 4:

Pilots on transport and health infrastructures, focusing on exploitation of ICT, deployment of “Health Routes”, implementation of remote control centres, training.

Results/Impact 5:

Protocols on mobility of staff and professionals, on accreditation requirements of health centres and for Joint Health and Transport Planning.