HYTKI builds service models that enable peer learning to support companies, research institutes, and municipal and city actors in executing secondary use of data and usage of health and wellbeing data in their business, research, and service production.
HYTKI focuses on:
- Identifying and making visible the special expertise of the participating regions
- Data on new product and service innovations, business, and new value as part of proactive healthcare and well-being also in urban development
- Operating models and capabilities of data utilisation and analytical skills
The project partners are the University of Oulu (coordinator), BusinessOulu, Kajaani University of Applied Sciences, CEMIS, KuopioHealth co-op, Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences, and Turku Science Park. The project is funded through The Council of Oulu Region (Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland’s support for thematic network collaboration), until the end of 2023.