Photonics and organic-based optoelectronics have been recognized by the EU commission as key enabling technologies in Europe. This sector features a broad palette of interrelated photonics technologies, such as LED (Light Emitting Diodes), OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes), OPV (Organic Photovoltaic), Flexible Electronics based on OLAE (Organic Large Area Electronics) and Display technology. These technologies are ex-pected to play a fundamental role in solving the grand challenges of human society in the next decades, such as lowering power consumption and CO2 emission. Medical and health care are seen as another fundamental area of future development, in which photonics and organic technologies can have a large impact. Here, novel displays for medical diagnosis with solid-state lighting can offer optimal lighting conditions, while flexible electronics can impact personalized diagnosis and treatment. Display technology promise to be pervasive, as rich visual information will be highly instrumental in the realization of inclusive, innovative, and more secure society.