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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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Ahti strategy 2018 – 2024

Find out more about ahti's strategy to stimulate innovation in health

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First HealthInc DemoDay great success

The six healthtech startups that joined the first edition of ahti’s accelerator program HealthInc pitched their business.

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NCHIV presentation H-Team

A new approach to HIV testing and prevention

AHTI’s data specialist Lene Böhnke presents study on behalf of the H-Team at HIV Conference in Amsterdam

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ahti connect Mental health grid

“Suicide Prevention: painfully successful”

How online technology can help mental care, as discussed during AHTI Connect on October 19, 2017

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Opening Amsterdam Venture Studios startups ahti Constantijn grid

Constantijn van Oranje gives start signal startups Amsterdam knowledge institutes

Students and researchers can benefit from additional support when starting their own business.

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HealthInc kick off ahti ahtc grid

Kick off HealthInc for healthtech startups

Friday September 8, 2017, was the kick off of HealthInc: ahti’s accelerator for healthtech startups.

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Ambulance Amsterdam ahti grid

“Math can save lives”

How math improved ambulance services in Amsterdam, as discussed during the ahti update "Smart logistics in healthcare" on September 14, 2017.

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ahti_H-Team_data_analysis

Ahti supports Amsterdam in HIV prevention

Ahti analyzes and visualizes HIV trends in Amsterdam’s neighborhoods to support the H-TEAM in planning interventions that prevent new infections and prioritize areas for testing.

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