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vacancies ahti Amsterdam

We are looking for new colleagues!

Vacancies: Project Officer, Project Manager and Business Developer

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Money is never the issue for startups

What do startups need to be a successful entrepreneur? To be a successful entrepreneur, startups need a product as well as investors. Of course, startups need money but this is not the issue.

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International festival to tackle urban challenges

Five-day festival in June to tackle urban challenges

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Monitoring heart conditions from home thanks to technology

‘Cardiovascular Risk Management: Innovation in the 1st and 2nd line’ was the topic of ahti Connect on March 15. Speakers were Marleen Hendriks, Director of innovation working at Joep Lange Institute, and Sebastiaan Blok, Innovation Manager working at Cardiologie Centra Nederland (CCN).

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FIT keuzehulp grid ahti dementie

Online tool helps people with dementia stay at home longer

FIT-tool helps people with dementia look for the best fit of available (technical) products and services.

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MBA students Emory University visit ahti

MBA students find out more about the Dutch healthcare system, urban innovation and the use of data

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‘Fieldlabs’ in Het Parool

Bringing education and practice closer together in neighborhood 'Fieldlabs'.

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ahti connect obesity food environment Amsterdam Netherlands grid

How to make healthy choices easier

Coosje Dijkstra and Loek Leenen discuss how they are helping children in Amsterdam be healthier.

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Neighborhood based approach ahti Amsterdam

Succesful pilot for tailor-made local healthcare

Volunteers and professionals work together on a local level to implement health care policy in Amsterdam

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“Let the data talk!”

On January 18th ahti organized its’ fifth ahti Connect in this new year on ‘Evidence-based policy: Fact or fiction?’. Duco Stuurman, director of the social domain in the City of Amsterdam and Ruben Spruit, co-founder of Delph and specialist in machine learning, artificial intelligence and big data, discussed how data and the use of advanced econometric models can help to improve policy making.

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