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Armenian Digital Health Initiative

Yerevan, Armenia
August 14th, 2021

Programs & Projects

Completed Projects

Ongoing Projects
. Strategic Plan of Long-Term Development of eHealth Applications and Services in Armenia (eHealth Master Plan)
. Promotion of Home Telehealth Services, and Development of Mobile eHealth Applications in Armenia.
. Development of Cloud-Based Telemedicine and eHealth Platform
. Support for Development of Integrated Health Information System in Armenia (Armenian eHealth Program)

Prospective Projects

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Promotion of Home Telehealth Services, and Development of Mobile eHealth Applications in Armenia.


Among AATM’s plans for strategic development of health ICT in Armenia special place is devoted to remote patients’ monitoring and mobile (wireless) eHealth technologies. Importance of home telehealth lies in better management of chronic conditions and maintenance of health status in target groups of patients. Mobile telehealth (mHealth) emerges as one of the most promising areas of development in health ICT. 

In June 2012 AATM established cooperation with a telehealth and mHealth equipment producer company MegaKoto from Finland, and mHealth services provider Mobile Cardio from The Netherlands aiming to develop Mobile ECG Telemonitoring system for local cardiology clinics. The system consists of the central data server connected via dedicated lines with monitoring workstations installed at cardiology institutions and clinics, and lightweight highly portable single lead ECG sensors coupled via Bluetooth with Android smart phones with special application preinstalled. The sensor is reading ECG signal and sending it to the phone’s app, which uploads the data onto the server through mobile broadband connection. The monitoring workstation receives the signal in real time from the server, and displays it on large LED screens, for 7/24 live ECG monitoring by dedicated personnel. Besides that, authorized physicians are able to access their patients’ ECG data on the server, both live-streamed and stored, via special Web Access platform from any device connected to Internet. Thus, the system allows any person with heart problem to remain under ECG-surveillance 7/24, theoretically as long as the cardiologist deems necessary. Such breakthrough telemonitoring technology is being made available for Armenian population for the first time ever. The initial installations are already done (including the server and one monitoring workstation at one of the country’s leading cardiology facilities); the system has been tested in real life patients, and should now enter the commercial exploitation phase.


News & Events


We are pleased to inform you about the Information Day on TEMPUS IV project “Biomedical Engineering Education Initiative in Eastern Neighboring Area” (BME-ENA) and Workshop on BME Education that took place on May 20, 2015, at the Academic Council Hall of the National Polytechnic University of Armenia. Representatives of five partner institutions took part on the event:  the project coordinator University of Patras (UPAT, Greece), Technical University of Varna (TUV, Bulgaria), National Polytechnic University of Armenia (NPUA), Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University (RAU), and Armenian Association of Telemedicine (AATM), as well as the National Erasmus Plus Office in Armenia (NEO).

The principal goal of the event was to present a new European Joint Master’s Program in Biomedical Engineering (BME), which is launching in September 2015 at NPUA and RAU in Armenia, as well as at several institutions in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. The study program was developed under the above mentioned TEMPUS project with participation of leading BME experts from 7 EU countries (Greece, Belgium, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Bulgaria and Romania). The program will allow local students to take some courses in the European partner countries, as well as to learn from renowned professors visiting Armenia. It is expected that in the future graduates of the program will be awarded joint diplomas with EU partner universities.

Professor Ruben Aghgashyan, the Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and Development of the National Polytechnic University of Armenia, opened the event with a welcome message, then presented an overview on the structure, activities and achievements of the NPUA.


The next speaker was Professor Nicolas Pallikarakis, Director of the BME Study Program at the University of Patras in Greece, and Coordinator of the BME-ENA Project, who addressed the advances and prospects in Biomedical Engineering Education in his presentation.

The next talk was given by Dr. Georgi Chaltikyan, President of the AATM, the moderator of the event who introduced the mission and activities of the Association, and then presented in detail the new Joint Master's Program in Biomedical Engineering and its perspectives in Armenia and other neighboring countries.


His talk was followed by several presentations by the representatives of different partner institutions, revealing their views, experience and expectations related to the education in biomedical engineering in general, and to the new joint master's program in particular. Lastly the National Erasmus Plus Officer Ms. Lana Karlova took the floor, who congratulated on advancement of the project, as well as addressed some challenges of the program implementation at Armenian institutions.

The presentations were followed by a vivid discussion and Q&A session, with active involvement of students from RAU and NPUA.





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