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Telehealth and Care Coordination: What we did right and what we did wrong? Critical self-reflection – Workshop at WHINN 2017
10 October 2017 | 9:00 - 16:00
Telehealth and Care Coordination: What we did right and what we did wrong? Critical self-reflection
Workshop at WHINN 2017 in Odense, 10th October 2017.
In every implementation, we experience everything from challenges, barriers, valuable learnings and success stories. To prevent us “implementers” from re-inventing the wheel or making the same mistake numerous times all over Europe, this conference opens up the possibility of sharing these experiences with a wide group of people. As part of a European collaboration, the ACT@Scale partnership knows how important it is to share experiences and that we are already wiser now than we started.
During this conference day, speakers from all over Europe will reflect on their own learnings, both good and bad, from their work with health and social care services. To ensure focus on knowledge sharing and valuable discussions, the event will be very interactive by combining short presentations with discussions.
The conference will include Insights from Scotland and the Basque Country, New visions for Cross-sector collaboration and citizen-centered innovation, The importance of combining implementation with communication, Insights from the ACT@Scale project, and the view on telehealth and care coordination seen from the perspective of the Danish national eHealth platform Sundhed.dk
For registration to the event, please follow the instructions on the WHINN web site: http://www.whinn.dk/events/#ev-4137
ACT@Scale is an innovative partnership of leading European health care regions, industry and academia that have the true potential to transform cure and care delivery services from pilots and experiments to scaled up, routine management of frail elderly and chronically ill. ACT@Scale aims at developing, testing and consolidating “best practice” Care Coordination and Telehealth (CC & TH) concepts that can be leveraged by the participating healthcare regions to expedite scaling-up their services, but also transferred to other regions through Europe and beyond. The scaling-up of “best practice” ACT@Scale CC & TH concepts is fully in line with the EIP on AHA and the EC scaling-up and Digital Health strategies, facilitates concrete decision-making at EU policy level, and shows payers, practitioners and providers how patient care can be improved in light of an ageing society and under restricted budgets. A holistic assessment of different programs is performed based on an agreed minimum dataset of indicators and with the support of a distributed Evaluation Engine to promote the analysis of progress in the scaling-up process. The ACT@Scale is promoting collaborative methods and tools to implement improvements, identify good practices and share lessons learned.
More information: http://www.act-at-scale.eu or Cristina.Bescos@philips.com