Use Case Scenarios

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FI-STAR Experimentation Sites and Use Case Scenarios seven health care providing sites, servicing around 6 Million people throughout Europe will work in parallel to apply and validate the Core FI-STAR Platform and its subset of GEs.

The selected test applications in the Health domain aim at a diverse set of use case scenarios whose intelligence, efficiency, sustainability and performance can be radically enhanced through a tighter integration with advanced Internet-based network and service capabilities. 

Of particular importance for each use case is the identification of usage specific requirements versus generic requirements that can be implemented through Generic Enablers. The use cases are:


Experimentation Site

Use Case


Osakidetza is a health care organization providing healthcare for more than 2 Million people in the Basque country.

New Interactive FI-based services for people with Mental Health problems. Improve access to care and apply Core Platform to other already existing services successively

Please visit the BLOG:  and read more about the use case on Telecare of Mental Disorders (Basque Country experimentation site)


Medichem Leeds is a SME Pharmacy whole seller in Leeds.

2-D bar-coding to offer real time reverse supply chain modeling to prevent error and counterfeiting and create interfaces to additional third party services

Visit the BLOG : and read about the Leeds  use case scenario


Klinikum Rechts der Isar is the major teaching hospital for Technical University Munich.

Virtualization of operating theatre environments and real time data integration for monitoring to reduce error rates

More information on the use case Germany please visit:
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John Paul II Hospital in Krakow is one of the leading e-health applying hospitals in Poland.

Improve access to care and quality of care by designing improved interactive online facilities for their cancer patients

Read more in the Krakow BLOG: and read about the Experimentation site in Poland - Cancer Rehabilitation System and Application use case.


University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davila” from Bucharest, in Romania, through its teaching hospitals, it provides acute care to the 2 Million inhabitants of Bucharest.

Establish an online Cardiology service for people with heart failure and in particular for people after myocardial infarction.

Connect to the Bucharest BLOG: More information one the Bucharest use case.


The Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine (NST) in Tromsø is a well- established Telehealth centre providing care to a rural community north of the Arctic Circle.

Improve and extend the existing telehealth network for Diabetes patients. FI-STAR is aiming at the development of smart phone based multi-channeling allowing for streaming of different data at the same time (sensor data and audio and video)

See the Tromsø BLOG:   More info on the Diabetes testbed use case.


On behalf of the Emilia-Romagna Region and of the Health Authority of Bologna, CUP 2000 develops new healthcare networks to: Allow general practitioners, specialists and healthcare professionals to share the assisted person’s healthcare and disease data in real-time; Allow citizens to know and access healthcare data at anytime from anywhere.

Regional socio-Health administrative framework. The SOLE network is currently handling 75 Million medical documents based on 2006 technology. The purpose is to provide a network according to the potential of the FI-WARE platform, capable of connecting different applications and devices, where information is collected and elaborated according to specific logics.

Please see the use case and visit: the Bologna BLOG.