The international project Antilope ended on January 30, 2015. The objectives of the project were the following:
  • to create a certification process methodology of international eHealth interoperability in Europe (possibility of interactive communication among individual national eHealth systems within the European Union);
  • to propose a structure of open source software which will test international eHealth interoperability;
  • to match this all-European certification process with pilot methodologies of individual European states;
  • to use international eHealth standards as well as guidelines and experience gained from the usage of already existing testing tools to reach the defined aim.

The task of NHIC in the international project Antilope:

The role of National Health Information Centre in the project Antilope is so called support validation partner responsible for the territory of V4 countries (Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary).
On February 26, 2014 a validation workshop V 4 Antilope Summit on the methodological materials for the Project Antilope took place on the premises of the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic. The chosen presentations from the workshop are available on the webpage:
The final workshop of the project took place on January 29, 2015 in the Belgian city of Gent where the project results were presented to a large group of specialists and the EC. The most important project documents as well as the presentation of the final workshop can be found on:
On January 30, 2015 the final evaluation of the project Antilope took place in Brussels at a meeting of its management with external evaluators and authorised members of the EC. The project results were evaluated as "EXCELLENT" which is not a standard practice.