The EHDEN project aims to collaborate with diverse institutions, data sources and data custodians across the EU, with a goal of harmonising source data to the OMOP common data model locally, within a federated network. The aim is to harmonise more than 100 million health records utilising the services of certified SMEs to conduct the local mapping working with the data source locally. EHDEN is conducting two open calls for both parties, to invite SMEs to be certified by the project, and for data sources to apply for a capped grant to support the mapping work with EHDEN certified SMEs.
The SME call process in EHDEN is now closed as of the fourth call in 2022, and there will be two final Data Partners calls in this year too.
The image below outlines the mapping calls and processes beyond them, but further information for interested parties will be available via the call portal. Ultimately, EHDEN’s aim is to create an open science research collaborative network, based on a common data model, common federated architecture, and common research methodologies at scale across the EU.