The European partnership Transforming Health and Care Systems (THCS) launches its second transnational call “Innovate to prevent: Personalised Prevention in Health and Care Services”. Forte will support Swedish granted projects with approximately SEK 15 million, during the years 2025–2027.

If your intent to apply was approved, the last day to submit a complete application to THCS was May 21. The application must also be submitted to Forte in Prisma, see instructions below.

The European partnership on Transforming Health and Care Systems (THCS) has been established as a European Joint Program partnership co-funded from the European Commission. The aim of THCS is to coordinate and optimize research and innovation efforts in Europe and its partners countries supporting health and care systems transformation.

The call is a collaboration between 21 countries and the European Commission. Each country finances its own partners in the international consortia. Each consortium must consist of partners from at least three different countries participating in the call.

Swedish participation is made possible through a collaboration between Forte and Vinnova.

Scope of the call

This call aims to support the implementation of innovative person-centred health and care models addressing prevention strategies, with the key help of existing IT and digital technologies and services. The ultimate goal is to improve health and care system dimensions such as quality, efficiency, equity, and sustainability. Improving the quality of preventive services will lead to improving the quality of life of citizens and patients, as well as reducing the burden and costs for the entirety of health and care services.

Grant type

Project grants. The minimum project duration is 12 months and maximum duration of projects are 36 months.


For this call, Forte has a budget of approximately SEK 15 million.

Call timeline

This call is administered by THCS. The timeline may be adjusted as and according to the planning and work of the partnership programme.

Call opens: February 23, 2024
Information meeting: 12 March 2024
Deadline for submission of Intent to Apply: April 16 2024, at 14.00 CET
Deadline for proposal submission: May 21 2024, at 14.00 CET
The call opens for registration in Prisma: May 23, 2024
Deadline for registration of full proposal in Prisma: May 30 2024, at 14.00 CET
Funding decisions: October 2024 
Project start: December 2024 

PLEASE NOTE that the deadlines for registration in Prisma have been updated, see the correct dates above. The original dates were 28 May (opening) – 11 June (closing).