The Internet and related digital technologies have spawned the burgeoning growth of an information revolution in health care. Emerging evidence provides support for the beneficial effects of online interactive e-Health programs, although many challenges remain with respect to research approaches to methodology, implementation, and evaluation. IMTM conducts high quality, applied research that aims to improve the quality and safety of health care for individuals and communities by focusing on applied outcomes and active adoption by the health system. IMTM research is currently basically focused on Montenegrin Health Care System, with special interests on integration of experiences and results from internationally developed e-Health systems and technologies.


– Conduct world class research in e-Health Technologies
– Make beneficial connections with other specific research areas (e.g. semantic technologies, optimizations, network security, databases…)
– Make innovative solutions for Montenegrin Health Care System and other general issues and unresolved problems
– Collaborate with other e-Health research groups and organisations
– Attract competitive funding

Specific areas:

– (Semi-)automatization of primary and seciundary health care systems
– (Semi-)automatization of medications management
– Optimizations of medical data and multimedia records
– e-Health for disabled people



  • New EU funded project (IMTM- Consortium Member):ERASMUS + Project: ‘Enhancement of study programs in Public Health Law, Health Management, Health Economics and Health Informatics in Montenegro ‘- PH-ELIMAwarded for financing: 573997-EPP-1-2016-1- ME-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP
  • New IPA Project led by IMTM: ‘Modern technology development for Health Information System in Montenegro’