IFIC Canada Virtual Community Session - Advancing Integrated Care with Digital Health Innovation
IFIC Canada recently held its virtual community on Collaborative Governance: Towards the Next Level of Integrated Care. 400 participants joining from around world from Canada, The United States, Mexico to Lebanon why don’t you join our next webinar on 28th March?
IFIC Canada Virtual Community Session - Collaborative Governance: Towards the Next Level of Integrated Care
Join us for a deep dive on collaborative governance and how we integrated care is enabled by high performing integrated governance. In this session, you will have the opportunity to engage about the critical role of collaborative governance in integrated health systems from the perspective of policy-makers, members of collective governance models, researchers and people with lived experience. Dr Mirella Minkman, Dr Paul Wankah and Melissa McCallum will discuss evidence, roles of policy and practical examples of collective governance for integrated care. This is a session you won’t want to miss as collaborative governance advances in North America and across the world.
EHMA Webinar - Improving care delivery to patients with complex care needs
This webinar organised by EHMA tackles this issue from two perspectives: how to analyse and formulate integrated care policy at national and regional level to assist policy makers forge integrated care models for patient populations and how to design a practical technological solution which assists in coordinating multiple clinical pathways deploying the Virtual Care Operator as a solution.
IFIC Canada Webinar 'The critical role of partnering with the volunteer sector to enable integration'
The International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC), IFIC Canada at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health and its co-founders, Walter Wodchis and Jodeme Goldhar, invite you to join our next Virtual Community Session on December 20th, 2022 from 12:00-1:30 PM EST. Integration is the lever to enable population health and wellbeing. A key component of integration is the role of partnering with the volunteer sector to improve outcomes for our patients, caregivers and our population. In this session, we will take a deep dive to learn firsthand from about the role of engaging the volunteer sector from the perspectives of policy-makers, researchers and a person with lived experience. This session will discuss the available evidence, the volunteer sector’s role in policy, and share approaches and practical examples of local work that engages with the volunteer sector.
CANCERLESS Webinar hosted by the International Foundation for Integrated Care
We are holding a Webinar to spread awareness on the CANCERLESS project. CANCERLESS’ vision is to prevent cancer and allow for early diagnoses in the homeless population by delivering person-centred interventions to overcome health inequalities and facilitating timely access to quality cancer prevention and screening services for homeless people and leaving no one behind in Europe. If you are interested in learning more about the project and initiatives involved, then join us on 2nd December!
CAREMATRIX Webinar Open Call for Tender
On November 24th at 2pm, CAREMATRIX will hold an interactive webinar to discuss the details of the tender, the application process, and answer questions.
IFIC Annual Survey 2022: Integrated Care Across the World
In March 2022, the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) launched its first survey across its network asking people to share their views on what integrated care means to them and the features of integrated care that they thought were most important in their experience and context.
Integrated Health and Social Care Partnerships during COVID-19: our local experiences
In this webinar, panellists will discuss the health and social care partnerships they established in response to COVID-19. They will present their local experiences and how they supported priority communities in a dynamic and challenging environment.
IFIC Scotland Integrated Care Matters: Webinar Series 7
IFIC Scotland and partners are delighted to announce the first webinar in our Integrated Care Matters Series 7. This series will consider innovations in holistic and personalised approaches to integrated care and support. Each webinar will be accompanied by a topic resource with links to further information. All who register will receive links to the recordings and topic resources.