Mc Cormick, Andrew - Health and Social Care, Northern Ireland

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Track 4: Sostenibilidad de los sistemas sanitarios
4.1. La ruta europea para la sostenibilidad en sanidad

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Mc Cormick, Andrew - Health and Social Care, Northern Ireland

  1. 1. MIHealth Forum24-25 May 2012 Barcelona Andrew McCormick Chief Executive of Health and Social Care Northern Ireland
  2. 2. NI Chronic Disease Challenge 2/3s of over 75s Population 1.8M 60% of all GP visits H&SC budget £4.3Bn Rising to £4.66Bn in 2014/2015 72% acute bed days 69% of health & social careDepartment of Health (2008 ) Raising the profile of long term conditions careINIsPHO (2010) Making Chronic Conditions Count spend
  3. 3. Information age health care Individual Self care Friends and family Self help networksProfessionals asfacilitatorsProfessionals aspartnersProfessionals asauthorities
  4. 4. Action2008 – decision to go to scale applicationof telemonitoring2008 – decision to work with PartnersInternational (Boston Ma)2011 - £18m, 20,000 patient contractsigned for service provision – making adifference at population scale2011 – growth of NIMAC work with Finlandand Catalonia
  5. 5. Action2011 – MoU between health andeconomic agencies2011 – founder member of EuropeanConnected Health Alliance (ECHC plusEUMHA plus ECCH)Transforming Your Care – the path to asustainable system
  6. 6. Connected HealthCollaborative Network / Ecosystem DHSSPS 6 x Trusts CCHSC BSO IT & R & D (inc PALS Academia) Connected health strategy: 1. Roles 2. Contribution HSCB 3. Priorities (Research, HSC Strategic IT Innovation, Application) Innovations 4. Delivering 5. Means of working together NI Connected DETI Pre- Health Commercial Innovation Procurement Centre (CHIC) Invest NI ECHA BioBusiness
  7. 7. 2012 and beyond: Stronger, Wider, DeeperPartnership within Northern Ireland –managers, clinicians, politicians,academics, entrepreneursPartnership in Europe – Finland,Catalonia, Basque Government, Scotlandand morePartnership with the US (Partners,NIMAC) and EU Commission

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