IZP bijeenkomst 16-11-2011

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  • IZP bijeenkomst 16-11-2011

    1. 1. De mogelijkheden van e-Health: Persoonlijke Gezondheid Applicatie (PGA) Roderik Kraaijenhagen
    2. 3. Interventie Matching Persoonlijke profilering Follow-up providers Interventie selectie & ordening Intervention matching <ul><ul><ul><li>Effectiviteit
    3. 4. Kosten
    4. 5. Locatie
    5. 6. Evaluatie </li></ul></ul></ul>Intervention matching Afgestemd op het individu om succes te verhogen Advies op maat <ul><ul><li>Gezondheidsprofiel
    6. 7. Voorkeuren
    7. 8. Persoonskenmerken
    8. 9. Motivatie </li></ul></ul>Risicoprofilering & advies
    9. 10. WHO model for healthcare ‘ the Chronic Care Model ’
    10. 11. 27 augustus 2008 Kennis- en Decision Support systeem
    11. 12. Persoonlijke Gezondheid Applicatie
    12. 14. June 2010 NIPED Plaform v2.0
    13. 18. Aug 2011 NIPED Platform v2.0
    14. 21. Follow-up questionnaire: 6 months after participation Motivatie voor gedragsverandering
    15. 22. Table 3 Self-reported initiation of health-behaviour-change of 638 employees who completed the HRA and responded to the satisfaction and health-behaviour change questionnaire. Initiation of health-behaviour-change after receiving health advices #VERW! Yes No na† Initiated overall health-behaviour-change after receiving tailored health advices 368 (58%) 243 (38%) 27 (4%) More physical activity 242 (38%) 212 (33%) 184 (29%) Quit smoking 20 (3%) 125 (20%) 493 (77%) Reduced alcohol intake 64 (10%) 198 (31%) 376 (59%) Improved diet 282 (44%) 158 (25%) 198 (31%) Values are expressed as number of participants (%). na†: Questionnaire responders who stated that health-behaviour change on item of interest was not applicable. Health promoting behavior Follow-up questionnaire: 4-6 weeks after participation Colkesen et al. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, 2011;6(1):1-5 . ( 53%) (14%) (24%) (64%) From applicable
    16. 23. Effect CV risico in 7 months B.E. Colkesen et al., Vascular Health and Risk Management, 2011;7:67-74 <ul><li>Significant mean decrease in systolic blood pressure (5 mmHg) and 30% decrease in proportion with increased blood pressure
    17. 24. Significant increase in HDL
    18. 25. Significant decrease in total cardiovascular risk </li></ul>
    19. 26. Overall 20% reduction in absenteeism (p< 0.0001) MAJ Niessen et al. EuroPrevent 2010 Subgroup with at least 1 day of absenteeism  25% reduction in absenteeism
    20. 27. Overall participant satisfaction good , very good, outstanding satisfactory not-satisfactory, bad Colkesen et al. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, 2011;6(1):1-5 .
    21. 28. <ul><li>Persoonlijk e-health portaal voor patiënten met kanker </li></ul><ul><li>Optimale nazorg </li></ul><ul><li>Profiel </li></ul><ul><li>Leefstijl
    22. 29. Fysiek
    23. 30. Psychisch
    24. 31. Sociaal
    25. 32. Levensvragen </li></ul>OncoKompas
    26. 34. You are healthy, Sir
    27. 36. Intervention Mapping

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