An international consortium consisting of seven partners, including QoC Health, representing four countries launched their project titled “Panacea Gaming Platform” (PGP). The project is supported through the ITEA EUREKA cluster programme, and will focus on the development, testing, and dissemination of Serious Games for Special Populations, such as those with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Dementia. The PGP will enable the creation and clinical application of effective, efficient, and evidence-based games that will ultimately improve outcomes and quality of life while generating clinically applicable data for research.
The role of QoC Health is to provide access to its data platform and software development kit, which will be compliant with local privacy and security legislation. These tools will allow the consortium to develop high quality serious games and digital health applications at a lower cost while navigating a complex regulatory environment.