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CA
Acronym:epSOS Consortium Agreement
CALLepSO
Acronym:epSOS-CALLIOPE collaboration

CALLepSO is the joint work group tasked with the creation of a meeting space between CALLIOPE and epSOS. It will bridge the input of their members in order to ensure a broader acceptance for eHealth applications across Europe.

CALLIOPE
Acronym:Call for Interoperability

CALLIOPE is a Thematic Network focused on cross-border eHealth Interoperability on an organisational level: Opens external link in new windowhttp://www.calliope-network.eu/

CC
Abbreviation:Competence Centre
CCT
Abbreviation:Conformance Test
CEF
Definition:Connecting Europe Facility

The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) is envisaged as both an EU governance framework and a targeted infrastructure investment at European level. It will support the roll-out of high-performing, sustainable and joined-up trans-European networks in the fields of transport, energy, and broadband & digital services including for health. The CEF will be publicly funded, but with a limited budget and is planned to become operational in 2014.

CEN
Acronym:Comité Européen de Normalisation (European Committee for Standardization)
CIP
Abbreviation:Competitiveness & Innovation Framework Programme

The CIP is an EC Framework Programme intended to run from 2007 to 2013. Its primary goal is to provide financing for projects intended to enhance the competitiveness of European enterprises (especially SMEs).

Citizens
Definition:EU citizens

Citizens are individuals in Member States who can be patients, relatives of patients, carers or persons who may need to have access to healthcare in the future. At its simplest, citizens are represented as the total population of a Member State (EHRI).

CoT
Acronym:Circle of Trust
Country A
Definition:Country of Affiliation

This is the country which holds information about a patient, where the patient can be univocally identified and his or her data may be accessed.

Country B
Definition:Country of treatment

Country B is the country of treatment i.e. where cross-border healthcare is provided when the patient is seeking care abroad. This country is different from country A, in which healthcare related information about a patient is held.

Cross-border healthcare
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Healthcare provided or prescribed in a country other than the country of affiliation.

Cross-border interoperability
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"Cross-border interoperability" means interoperability between neighbouring and non-neighbouring Member States and their entire territories.

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