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SCIROCCO Final Conference:
How to accelerate scaling up of integrated care in Europe

Rehearsing the SCIROCCO final conference – via various media and perspectives – informs about the self-assessment tool, the methodologies on how to apply the tool and the experience of regions in using it. Besides all presentations, a full video recording of the conference itself and extra video interviews (produced sideways to the event – check SCIROCCO Youtube channel) are available.

Final Conference Agenda (presentations available  for viewing/download):

Session 1 – Download Combined Presentations [PDF – 4.6M]

Welcome and Introductions [presentation]
Donna Henderson
TEC and Digital Healthcare Innovation Division, Scottish Government

09.40 – 10.00
Integrated Care – European Commission’s Perspective [presentation]
Filip Domanski, DG Santé, European Commission

10.00 – 10.20
Integrated People Centred Care – WHO Perspective [presentation]
Nuria Toro Polanco, WHO, Switzerland

10.20 – 10.40
Integrated Care in Flanders– A Regional Perspective [presentation]
Stef Steyaert, Flanders Agency for Care and Health, Belgium

10.40 – 11.00
From B3 Maturity Model on Integrated Care to a Validated Tool [presentation]
Dr Andrea Pavlickova, TEC and Digital Healthcare Innovation Division, Scottish Government
Prof Bert Vrijhoef and Liset Grooten, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

15.20 – 15.45
Lessons Learned and Policy Recommendations
Diane Whitehouse, EHTEL; Dr Tamara Alhambra, University of Valencia

15.45 – 16.00
SCIROCCO Self-Assessment Tool – Beyond the Project
Marc Lange, EHTEL

Conclusive remarks
Dr Margaret Whoriskey MBE, TEC and Digital Healthcare Innovation Division, Scottish Government
Donna Henderson, TEC and Digital Healthcare Innovation Division, Scottish Government

Main messages: The SCIROCCO tool is a participatory tool which helps to

  • Understand the strengths and weaknesses of their regional context and inform national, regional and local policy-makers about potential areas of improvement;
  • Adopt and transfer integrated care good practices by identifying their maturity requirements, thus facilitating knowledge transfer;
  • Facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogues focused on progress towards the implementation and delivery of integrated care;
  • Facilitate twinning and coaching activities between regions by helping them to understand the local conditions that enable the successful deployment of integrated care.
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