ECHAA's Strategies

In general

ECHAA’s work will cover the following areas:

  • Strategic capital planning for service needs
  • Concept development
  • Life-cycle economics
  • Economic, social and environmental sustainability
  • Health architecture and design
  • Technology including IT interface of healthcare capital assets
  • Capital procurement and financing
  • Project implementation
  • Facilities management
  • Wider economic and social impact of healthcare capital assets
  • EU Structural Funds and other capital funding

We will provide a new resource for:

  • The European Commission
  • Member States, Accession Countries, Neighbour Countries, Regions Municipalities
  • Hospital agencies
  • International institutions, Academia
  • The private sector including finance, architecture, design and construction, equipment and technology companies


Project partner inEuregio III

The EIII project follows the success of the EUREGIO project and will currently work in cooperation with EUREGIO II in order to extend and complement the results achieved by the three projects in identifying and sharing best actions for the effective use of structural funds for health to help reduce health inequalities among regions in the EU.

The outputs of the project focus on practical “how to” knowledge that will be most helpful for the work of directors, managers and professionals in Operational Programme Managing Authorities, Programme Secretariats and SF end-users such as regional and local health systems who seek access to SF for health investments.