The consortium includes four clusters/networks, all representing broad innovation ecosystems, that have for many years been working to advance the secondary use of health data and creation of the common European Health Data Space.

This includes Biocat, BioRegion of Catalonia (Biocat; Spain), Council of European BioRegions (CEBR; Belgium), Health Cluster Portugal (HCP; Portugal) and ScanBalt BioRegions (SB; Estonia). 

The consortium takes leadership in coordinating the project activities, but a wide range of clusters, bioregions and wider ecosystem stakeholders will be engaged in the project based on the joint effort of the core partners.


Biocat is the organization that coordinates and promotes the healthcare and life sciences sector in Catalonia. 

Health Cluster

Health Cluster Portugal has the mission of making Portugal a competitive player in the health area. 

ScanBalt BioRegion

An innovation network that brings together key players in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical technology sectors.

Council of European BioRegions

CEBR is a membership-driven network of life science clusters and regional ecosystems across Europe

Experts Advisory Board

The Advisory Board will provide strategic advice to the EDAH consortium (to the Steering Group as the main management structure) and the extensive networks of the Advisory Board members can be utilised to support involvement of key stakeholders from the health-related innovation ecosystems across Europe in the dialogue processes and co-creation of the JAP envisioned in the context of EDAH.


The European Connected Health Alliance Group (ECHAlliance Group) is the Global Health Connector for Digital Health, facilitating multi-stakeholder connections around ecosystems, driving sustainable change and disruption in the delivery of health and social care. ECAHAlliance will provide support to EDAH through the project CONNECTINGHEALTH, a 2-year preparatory action funded by Horizon Europe and it aims to foster interconnected inclusive innovation ecosystems across Europe and maximize the value of innovation in the sector of digital health.


Elixir is a European intergovernmental organisation that is made up of life scientists, computer scientists and support staff. The Spanish National Bioinformatics Institute (‘Instituto Nacional de Bioinformática’ in Spanish, INB) is composed of 19 computational biology groups that comprise a virtual institute. Barcelona Supercomputing Center-Centro Nacional de Supercomputación (BSC-CNS) is the national supercomputing centre in Spain, specialised in high performance computing (HPC) and manage MareNostrum, one of the most powerful supercomputers in Europe.

Predict By

PredictBy is a research and consulting firm focused on data and behavioural science. Predict By analyses societal challenges related to health, environment and digital transformation, turning scientific research methods into actionable insights.


The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra is a future-oriented organisation that promotes Finland's competitiveness and the well-being of the Finnish people. Sitra anticipates societal change, try out new operating models and accelerate business activities aimed at creating sustainable well-being.


Biocat is a strategic stakeholder and catalyst for building, promoting and projecting the Catalan life sciences and healthcare ecosystem, known as the BioRegion of Catalonia. Biocat was established in 2006 as a public-private foundation at the behest of the Government of Catalonia and the Barcelona City Council to identify the needs of the BioRegion and implement a strategy and action plan to maximize the economic and social impact of the life sciences and healthcare innovation ecosystem in Catalonia.

Health Cluster Portugal

Health Cluster Portugal assumes the mission of making Portugal a competitive player in the research, design, development, manufacture and commercialization of products and services associated with health, in selected niche markets and technology, targeting the most demanding and most relevant international markets, within a framework of recognition of excellence, its technological level, and its skills and abilities in the field of innovation.

ScanBalt network

ScanBalt is an innovation network that brings together academic and industrial research, university hospitals and non-university research institutions, study centres and highly specialised suppliers in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical technology sectors from different European countries and regions.

Council of European BioRegions

CEBR is a membership-driven network of life science clusters and regional ecosystems across Europe, representing over 40 subscription members and hundreds of cluster partners across the world. Together, we represent and support a critical mass of SMEs, and hundreds of universities and research centers.