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Archives - November 2015

25
Nov

Integration of Health and Welfare is on the Agenda Worldwide

Integrated care is an international movement for change. With these words Dr Nick Goodwin, IFIC CEO, concluded WCIC3, the 3rd World Congress on Integrated Care which took place on 20 and 21 November in Mexico City. What can we learn from these worldwide developments as discussed at WCIC3?

24
Nov

WCIC3 Presentations

Please click below to download all the presentations from WCIC3, or return to the WCIC3 event page.  

21
Nov

Congratulations to the Winners of the WCIC3 Integrated Care Awards

Congratulations to the winner of the IFIC Integrated Care Best Paper Award, Dr Tamar Chitashvili for her paper on the ‘Rationale for improving integrated service delivery: reduced cost and improved care in Georgia’. Dr. Chitashvili has been leading USAID funded Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) project in Georgia aiming to improve quality …

13
Nov

Francesco Marchet, Veneto Region – Local Health Authority (presentation) – Technology Innovations

Francesco Marchet, Project Manager, Veneto Region – Local Health Authority
Presents How the ACG Risk Stratification tool is being used in the Veneto Region at The Technology Innovations Conference as a part of WHINN week in Odense.

12
Nov

Dr Wouter Keijser, University of Twente, The Netherlands (presentation) – Technology Innovations

Dr Joseph Kvedar, Vice President of Connected Health, Partners HealthCare, Presented How to use information and tools to model care and resource use at The Technology Innovations Conference as a part of WHINN week in Odense.

12
Nov

Dr Paolo Caserotti, Odense University (presentation) – Technology Innovations

Dr Joseph Kvedar, Vice President of Connected Health, Partners HealthCare, Presented How to use information and tools to model care and resource use at The Technology Innovations Conference as a part of WHINN week in Odense.

12
Nov

Dr Joseph Kvedar, Partners HealthCare (presentation) – Technology Innovations

Dr Joseph Kvedar, Vice President of Connected Health, Partners HealthCare, Presented How to use information and tools to model care and resource use at The Technology Innovations Conference as a part of WHINN week in Odense.

12
Nov

Christina E. Wanscher, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark (presentation) – Technology Innovations

Christina E. Wanscher, Special Adviser – International Coordinator, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark Presenting- Region of Southern Denmark Case Study at The Technology Innovations Conference as a part of WHINN week in Odense.

12
Nov

Dr Andrea Pavlickova, NHS24/Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare (presentation) – Technology Innovations

Dr Andrea Pavlickova, European Service Development Manager, NHS24/Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare Presenting: Maturity Matrix: EIP on AHA B3 Action Group on Integrated Care at The Technology Innovations Conference as a part of WHINN week in Odense.

11
Nov

WHINN Technology Innovations Conference Slides and Videos

Please click below to download all the presentations from Technology Innovations, or return to the Technology Innovations event page. Download WHINN Presentations View WHINN Event Page
11
Nov

Understanding Integrated Care Webinar by Dr Nick Goodwin

This presentation is part of the International Foundation for Integrated Care’s Webinar Series organized in association with Edgehill University. Over the past decade many definitions, concepts and theories have emerged trying to explain what integrated care is and what the main building blocks for successful integration of services across sectors and professions may be. In this first webinar Dr Nick Goodwin International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) gives a comprehensive overview of the most influential concepts, analyses the lessons learned so far and highlights the complexities of designing such systems on local, regional and national level. In doing so he also highlights the pitfalls which many integrated care initiatives encounter and illustrates with practical examples how integration of health and social services make it work.