CARRE consortium invites interested stakeholders to become Associated Partners.

Associated Partners can have preliminary and detailed knowledge of project public deliverables and collaborate on certain research areas with CARRE partners to the benefit of the project, producing collaborative research results submitted to project.

So far, CARRE has achieved to attract and include ten (10) more Associated Partners who have given invaluable insights during the research and development phases of the project and, most importantly, have expressed interest to exploit commercially project outcomes (mainly sensors and the risk factor database) or uptake the CARRE service for routine deployment in healthcare practice.

In summary, CARRE associated partners include a non-profit medical research organization on lifestyle medicine, a technical university, four SMEs with activities in the area of sensors and medical IT solutions, one large telecommunications enterprise and three healthcare providers.

Should you be interested in becoming an Associated Partner, please fill in and return the Associated Partner Application Form.

CARRE Associated Partners

ELMO: European Lifestyle Medicine Organization (Switzerland)
Non-profit, medical research organization

The European Lifestyle Medicine Organization (ELMO) provides leadership in research, prevention and treatment of lifestyle-related diseases through nutrition, physical activity, psychology and public health. Chronic Diseases such as Cancer, Cardiovascular Diseases, Diabetes and Chronic Lung Diseases, as well as an ever increasing amount of mental disorders are taking their toll worldwide. The WHO sees these disorders as an absolute priority. ELMO promotes Evidenced Based Medicine and represents from now on the Lifestyle Medicine movement in Europe. ELMO is a founding member of “Lifestyle Medicine Global” an international Organization, “umbrella” for all Lifestyle Medicine communities around the world. ELMO is a non-profit, non-political, non-religious scientific and medical organization. (Contact: Dr. I. Arkadianos, MD, Vice-president)


TUT: Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia)
University, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering

The Department of Biomedical Engineering (DBME), in Technomedicum, Tallinn University of Technology, was created on January 23rd 2007 from the former Biomedical Engineering Centre (established in 1994) in order to concentrate the efforts of research and education in Biomedical Engineering (BME) and related areas. DBME is a structural unit of Technomedicum, Tallinn University of Technology. The director of DBME is Prof. Ivo Fridolin. DBME carries out an active research in the field of BME and belongs to an Estonian Centre of Excellence – Centre for Integrated Electronic Systems and Biomedical Engineering (CEBE). One main research topics of DBME is biofluid optics and bio-optical monitoring, which is carried out by Biofluid Optics (BFO) group (Contact: Prof. I. Fridolin, Director).


PRISMA Electronics SA (Greece)
SME, sensors & microelectronics

Established in 1991 in Alexandroupolis, Greece, PRISMA is considered a leading company in electronics design & manufacturing with a heavy involvement in research and development activities. The Company participated in 34 R&D national and european project during the last 15 years. PRISMA promotes its innovative products and services in remote sensing, worldwide. It is a member of the Greek Mi-Cluster (microelectronics) and si-Cluster (space). PRISMA Electronics is an official manufacturer of CERN ESA and Airbus. (Contact: Ms. A. Soukoulia, EU R&D Projects Manager)


inPeak (Lithuania)
SME, visual analytics, sports informatics, decision making

inPeak is a software platform that is carefully listening to what the body is “telling” (biometric data) and reporting in a convenient way. This platform is dedicated to pro-athletes, sports medicine doctors, scientists and coaches. inPeak consolidates health data that athlete generates (wearable devices, health checks, benchmark results, competition records…) combine it with subjective factors (mood, motivation, sleep quality, etc.) and provide a visual output to “hear” and understand what the body is saying. This prevents burn outs, injuries and can potentially extend career. (Contact: Mr. M. Krisciunas, Co-founder).


Softneta UAB (Lithuania)
SME, health informatics solutions

Softneta is an award winning Lithuanian IT company providing software-based specialized health care solutions to improve the quality of patient care. Since the establishment in 2007, Softneta has a great success not even national wise but also worldwide while exporting the products to North and South America, Continental Europe, Middle East Countries Australia etc. (Contact: Ms. R. Siauruseviciute, Office Administrator)

Softneta UAB

GRAINA Medical Solutions (Lithuania)
SME, medical IT solutions

GRIANA is offering state-of-the-art IT medical solutions for health care facilities for many health care institutions in the region. Its nearest plans are to enhance development and application of innovations in diagnostics, monitoring and enabling technologies for patients. The company is interested in potential of semantic interlinking of heterogeneous data to construct dynamic personalized models of complex comorbid medical conditions with disease progression pathways and comorbidity trajectories since this opens a possibility to develop new services and products for patients having health risks and chronic conditions. The company is also interested in advanced wireless unobtrusive sensors – wristwatch type for continuous health state monitoring and smart scales for intermittent evaluation of important physiological parameters. One could forecast a good potential of those solutions for the market of medical devices. (Contact: Mr. A. Padvariskis, General Manager)


AB Omnitel (Lithuania)
Large enterprise, telecommunications

Omnitel, a member of Telia Company group, is one of the largest telecommunication companies in the Baltic States. Omnitel actively supports the project as it advances patient empowerment and disease management via telecommunications. Omnitel has donated routers for the deployment of the Lithuanian CARRE pilot and also has actively engaged in the dissemination of project results via press releases and a press conference event in Vilnius during Sept 2016. (Contact: Ms. A. Balniene, Sales Manager)

AB Omnitel

Kauno Klinikos (Lithuania)
University Hospital

The Nephrological Clinic of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences was established in 1992. Since then it became one of the most progressive nephrological centers in Baltic countries providing full service for nephrological patients: clinical nephrology, hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and kidney transplantation. Sub departments of clinical toxicology and therapeutic apheresis are included into the structure of Clinic, also. More than 1000 patients per year are treated in the Nephrological department, more than 16 000 haemodialysis procedures and about 40 kidney transplantations are performed every year. In outpatient department approximately 1400 consultations by nephrologists are done every year. The Nephrological Clinic has a good clinical basis. For this reason it carries significant academic and scientific work. Pedagogic staff of Clinic consists of 3 professors, 3 associate professors, 3 lectors and 5 assistants. Since 2000, 8 PhD dissertations have been defended. Neprological Clinic conducts the module “Kidney and urinary tract pathology, clinical toxicology” (ECTS 6) for the 5th year medical students. 38 physicians graduated residency of nephrology and 6 physicians graduated residency of clinical toxicology since 1996. Postgraduate studies for internal, nephrology and toxicology fellows, CME for internists and nephrologists are carried out. We participate in multicenter clinical trials. At the meantime researches of our department concentrate on the main 6 research topics, including vascular calcification and volemia evaluation in patients with chronic kidney disease. The Nephrological Clinic is an active participant of Renal Sister Centres (RSC) program of International Society of Nephrology. During 15 years of collaboration Ghent University (Belgium) supported the progress of nephrology in Kaunas. More than 20 conferences with famous international speakers were organized by our Clinic, 26 doctors visited Ghent University hospital during this program. In 2010 Nephrological Clinic became supervisor of RSC program for the Brest (Belorussia) Nephrological Centre. (Contact: Prof. B.I. Arune, Head of Nephrology Dept.)

Kauno Klinikos

Public Institution Telšiai District Primary Health Care Center (Lithuania)
Primary health care service provider

Telšiai District Primary Health Care Center provides primary health care services with advanced science and technology-based, secure, high-quality, consistent with the needs of patients; proper use of available resources, according to the founder, partners and customers service requirements; ensures patient privacy, respect and human dignity; performs medical science advances and new deploys technologies; actively participates in social and health strengthening and training. (Contact: Dr. A. Gudauskas, Office Manager)

PSPC Telšiai

Public Institution Anykščiai District Municipality Primary Health Care Centre (Lithuania)
Primary health care service provider

Public Institution Anykščiai District Municipality Primary Health Care Centre provides licensed health care services: family medicine, internal medicine, childhood disease, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, dentistry, a dentist’s assistant practice, practice nursing, child development disorders in early rehabilitation, laboratory diagnostics, ambulance, nursing and supportive care services. An institution is insured by compulsory civil liability insurance for damage caused to patients. (Contact: Ms. A. Trescenko – Blauzdiene, Family Doctor)

PSPC Anykščiai