Adding a new vertical in screening and diagnostics that is patient-oriented is a challenging task. It includes a collaborative effort from all stakeholders, from clinicians to scientists to patients to policy makers to payers. The EU-funded ThermoBreast project brings together multidisciplinary top experts around the world from clinical to research to technology design. The project plans to validate the clinical benefits of its novel technology in an international multicentre clinical study. To enhance stakeholder participation, it involves end users, SSH experts and a patient organisation in the co-creation of the new screening solution and assesses its health and socio-economic benefits as well as its cost effectiveness. To this end, a collaborative workplace with nine so-called work packages (WP) has been defined.