HOSP&INVOICE

HOSP&INVOICE – Public Hospitals from Belgium, Austria, Hungary and Italy prepared to the eInvoicing European Norm

The aim of the project is to support the Public Hospitals to meet the European Standard (EN) on electronic invoicing for cross-border transactions according to the Directive 2014/55/EU. In particular, this project will allow all the European public hospitals participating to be able to send and receive electronic invoices compliant with the EN. In this sense, all participants will prepare individually their current eInvoicing solutions to the EN, in order to adapt their platforms according to the AS4 e-SENS profile, expanding transnational document exchange among their immense number of European customers, as well as promoting the PEPPOL network.

In summary, this action will contribute to the development of the eInvoicing and the eDelivery Building Blocks, and the dissemination and exploitation of the project’s results among their European clients.

The “HOSP&INVOICE” project has been approved and co-financed by the European Commission through the 2017 CEF Telecom eInvoicing call (CEF-TC-2017-3). Its consortium is composed by 28 participants, including consolidated eInvoicing providers (that at the same time are certified PEPPOL Access Points) like EDICOM, the coordinating institution. The action will support the uptake of the European eInvoicing standard (EN) compliant EDICOM B2B Cloud Platform by 36 public hospitals (12 from Belgium, 14 from Italy, 9 from Hungary and 1 from Austria) with the support of EDICOM, UPV and Asseco Central Europe.

Official website: http://rbsolutions.eu/hosp-invoice/

Start date: 01/07/2018

Duration: 13 months

Grant: EUR 1,522,069

Agreement number: INEA/CEF/ICT/A2017/1560418

Action No: 2017-EU-IA-0146

CONSORTIUM:

  1. EDICOM CAPITAL S.L. (EDICOM) – (Coordinator) Spain
  2. Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) – Spain
  3. ALGEMEEN ZIEKENHUIS SINT-LUCAS VZW – Belgium
  4. ALGEMEEN ZIEKENHUIS VESALIUS – Belgium
  5. AZ GROENINGE VZW – Belgium
  6. AZ KLINA VZW – Belgium
  7. AZ Sint-Lucas Gent VZW – Belgium
  8. Maatschappij Van Kristelijke Liefdadigheid – Belgium
  9. O.L.V Van Lourdes Ziekenhuis Waregem – Belgium
  10. Regionaal Ziekenhuis H. Hart – Belgium
  11. AZ Rivierenland – Belgium
  12. UZ Brussel – VUB – Belgium
  13. Vereniging zonder winstoogmerk GasthuisZusters Antwerpen – Belgium
  14. VZW AZ ALMA – Belgium
  15. AZIENDA SANITARIA DELLA PROVINCIA AUTONOMA DI BOLZANO – Italy
  16. Azienda ULSS n.1 Dolomiti – Italy
  17. Tirol Kliniken GmbH – Austria
  18. Asseco Central Europe Hungary – Hungary
  19. Felső-Szabolcsi Kórház – Hungary
  20. Nagyatádi Kórház – Hungary
  21. Zala Megyei Szent Rafael Kórház – Hungary
  22. Betegapolo Irgalmas Rend represented by Betegápoló Irgalmasrend Budai Irgalmasrendi Kórhaz – Hungary
  23. Dr. Kenessey Albert Kórház – Hungary
  24. Matrai Gyógyintézet – Hungary
  25. Szent László Hospital – Hungary
  26. Magyarországi Református Egyház Bethesda Gyermekkorhaza – Hungary
  27. DÉL PESTI CENTRUMKÓRHÁZ-ORSZÁGOS HEMATOLÓGIAI ÉS INFEKTOLÓGIAI INTÉZET – Hungary
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