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[Horizon 2020] La participación en las redes

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Ejemplo de la Active and Healthy Ageing

Ejemplo de la Active and Healthy Ageing

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  • 1. La Participación en redes Ejemplo de la EIP AHA Anaïs Le Corvec Unitat de Projectes de Recerca - Vall d’Hebron Institut de Recerca 24 de Octubre 2013
  • 2. Que es la EIP AHA? Porque participar? Que ventajas, y pasos a seguir?
  • 3. Active and Healthy Ageing A European Innovation Partnership
  • 4. OBJECTIVES -addressing societal challenges and, in so doing, -enhancing Europe's competitiveness, against the background of globalisation and current fiscal constraints. The concept provides for a strategic approach to innovation which has its origins in the Europe 2020 strategy. In addressing the challenge of ageing, the European Commission aims to increase by two years the average number of healthy life years (HLYs) in the European Union by 2020 : • improving the health status and quality of life of European citizens, with a particular focus on older people; • supporting the long-term sustainability and efficiency of health and social care systems; and • enhancing the competitiveness of EU industry through an improved business environment providing the foundations for growth
  • 5. LOS GRUPOS DE TRABAJO 1. Prescription and adherence action at the regional level. 2. Personal health management, starting with a falls prevention initiative. 3. Action for prevention of functional decline and frailty. 4. Replicating and tutoring integrated care for chronic diseases, including remote monitoring at regional level 5. Development of interoperable independent living solutions, including guidelines for business models
  • 6. European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing B3: Integrated Care Action Group
  • 7. Why engage in the EIP-AHA? Learn from the others’ good practice Combine evidence Collaboration leading to efficiency in (re-)design and validation of innovative care services Efficiency of design leading to expansion of services to larger population - with the same level of investment Being stronger in application for funding at local/national level Local industry seeing a larger market, beyond the “local border” Political support
  • 8. Challenges to care delivery models Ageing society Health workforce shortage Chronic conditions Financial unsustainability HLY vs LE Health inequalities
  • 9. Action Plan Ado p 6 No ted: vem ber 201 2
  • 10. Our activity areas Organisational Models Change Management Workforce Development, Education and Training Risk Stratification Care Pathways Patient Empowerment  Electronic Care Records / ICT/Teleservices Finance, Funding and Procurement Communication and Dissemination mapping, repositories of good practices, toolkits
  • 11. Care pathways – an example Aligning existing funded activities Mapping best practice implementation in the EU regions Evidence base for integrated care pathways and associated guidelines and processes A repository of implemented chronic care pathways, integrated care pathways for chronic conditions Toolkit for Integrated Care Pathways: Care pathway redesign & implementation plans & replication European standardised methodologies & indicators Standardised protocols, procedures and activity workflows
  • 12. B3 Good Practices • Objective: to gather an initial map of current integrated care activities relating to the B3 Action Areas • Who: All B3 members were invited to complete the B3 Good Practice template • When: March-September 2013
  • 13. Collection of good practices • 85 good practices • 23 regions • 8 action areas … and the collection is still on-going
  • 14. Contributing Regions and Countries* *Size corresponding to number of good practices
  • 15. Themes • • • • • • 50% of the good practices target one or more chronic disease (cardiovascular diseases, COPD, diabetes, etc) Numerous examples of comprehensive regional programmes for chronicity Wide range of issues , incl. insurance, social security, housing, independent living, volunteering, impact on competitiveness Innovation in technologies, delivery of services and organisation Patient-centered Strong focus on implementation
  • 16. Examples Puglia, Italy: Telecardiology programme to support patients affected by cardiovascular diseases both in case of acute events and management of chronic conditions. •- Over 550.000 ECG performed, •- significant reduction of avoidable death, •- 60% underwent appropriate treatment and no hospitalization unless urgent (only 11%) Basque country: Chronicity strategy Risk stratification of patients - the entire population (2.2mio) included - 100% of health professionals know what care approach the patient need in relation to their risks - 11,000 hospital stay reduction & saving of €8.9mio (entire strategy)
  • 17. Role of European Commission Political advocacy Support of scale-up, transferability and replication Facilitating collaboration, communication, and partnerships Monitoring & evaluation framework towards the EIP targets & goals Improving framework conditions Alignment of funding instruments Development of a shared and robust evidence base Enabling the exchange and transfer of good practices
  • 18. EIP MEANS NO FUNDING BUT! NETWORKING (THROUGH THE MARKET PLACE) POSSIBILITY TO INFLUENCE FUTURE FUNDING PROGRAMMES START NEW PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES IN RESEARCH BUT ALSO CLOSE TO MARKET
  • 19. GRACIAS POR SU ATENCIÓN! EQUIPO PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN VALL D’HEBRON INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH Cualquier duda: ugp@vhir.org

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