Carlos Slim Health Institute Not-for-profit organization created by the Carlos Slim Foundation to contribute in the generation of sustained health initiatives that have a profound impact in the people.
IntegratedSolutions AMANECE VIVE SANO CASALUD Maternal and childhealth Chronicdiseases Innovation in healthservices
Amanece Benefits Medicalequipment Amanece Model 25 communities
Huixquilucan, State of Mexico
La Chorrera, Panama
Theequipmentdonatedby Telmex Foundationduringthepast 5 years has providedservicesto: 199,500 interventions 49,542 beneficiaries
2,374,469 pregnantwomen and theirnewborn
Vive Sano Vive Sano Model Social Marketing Specific interventions by risk group Risk groups Triage Toincresepopulationscreening:
Clinical health services
Changes in lifestyle
Wireless Health: CardioNET and Diabediario
Changes in lifestyle
Wireless Health: Cardionet
HEALTHY WITH RISK FACTORS
Wireless Health: Cardionet
Vive Sano Benefits Vive Sano Model in Pachuca, Hidalgo 27,669 beneficiaries DISEASE HEALTHY WITH RISK FACTORS HEALTHY Obesity Diabetes Mellitus Type II 5diseases High blood pressure Renal chronic disease High cholesterol
Vive Sano Expansion Vive Sano operation in Casalud clinics in 4 states of Mexico Manualsforpatients and healthprofessionals HIDALGO 13,000 JALISCO 53,100 TABASCO 4,900 Wireless Health TAMAULIPAS 16,200 87,200 beneficiaries E-Learning Vive Sano Diploma
Casalud Description of platforms TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION Integrated prevention and promotion Management Training Technology Wireless Health Health services (10 modules) Amanece Electronic catalog for consultations Casalud Amanece Diploma Vive Sano ICD-10 Electronic Medical Record Vive Sano Diploma Continuous improvement processes Manuals ‘Tu Salud’ Certification Fetal monitor Health promotion Cardiac monitor Clinical guidelines Attention to patients Management skills
Casalud Expansion and consolidation Tamaulipas 13 clinics Tabasco 89 clinics Jalisco 6 clinics State of Mexico 1 clinic Mexico City 1 clinic Use of telemetry San Juan de Grijalva 1 clinic
Technological Solutions WIRELESS HEALTH HEALTHY HOUSEHOLD COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION IN HEALTH
Wireless Health Wireless Health Model Health professionals
Other healthcare personnel
Monitoring and follow-up
Individual online micro-file (Confidentiality and security) Technological platform Health System
Wireless Health Benefits Disruptive innovation Changing the paradigm of care Cardiovascular risk and lifestyle Patient-centered 7,329 users Diabetes management Continuous and non-spatial Prevention-centered HIV/AIDS
Wireless Health Incorporating tech-solutions into our models 350,000 beneficiaries Integration of health services Maternal and child health Integrated services Lifestyle Weight management 4,000 beneficiaries H1N1 in Latin America Technologicalplatform
Wireless Health New development: maternal and child health High-risk pregnancy Development of wireless fetal monitor and gateway for home care self-monitoring in high-risk pregnancies. Primary healthcare worker Monitoring and follow-up of pregnant women and their newborn. Endorsement and piloting Scaling Electronic vaccination schedule Support to health professionals in the registry of applied vaccines and vaccine reminders. Pregnancy Pregnancy follow-up with a special emphasis in education and emotional health. Scaling with the Mesoamerican Health Intitiative
Healthy Household Healthy Household technologies Decrease indoor pollution Replacing ‘fogones’ with ecological stoves 2009: 53 communities in 2 states 2010:Best practices 7,850 beneficiaries Eco-technologies Backyards Water piles Animal food storage (Tequisquiapan, Querétaro) Clean water Water purification (Pantepec, Chiapas) Decrease water pollution Treatment of gray waters (Malinalco, Edo. de México) Water pile Example of eco-technology Publication of best practices and experiences Micro-site “HogarSaludable” in Clikisalud
Healthy Household micro-site Information and best practices ¿Qué es Hogar Saludable? Mi Hogar Saludable Information for public Conocemás In-depth reviews Learning communities Best practices Networking
COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION IN HEALTH
ManualesTuSalud Series of eight manuals classified by age
< 1 year
Distribution of 10,000 series in Casalud 42,000 beneficiaries Alondra Nicolás
Manuals Tu Salud e-book version in Clikisalud Alondra – 9 manuals Nicolás –8 manuals
Clikisalud Web portal EMPHASIS
Learning by playing
SECTIONS Manuals Day by day It happens sometimes Healthy Habits CineSalud Our Body Release: November 2009 45,000 visits in 4 months www.clikisalud.info
Clikisalud Daybyday Sectioncentered in nutrition El castillo bien nutrido Kids Plaza Nutrette Youngs and adults Pueblo San Sealimenta Elderpopulation Approaches
Clikisalud Breast cancer
Clikisalud Games Playful options within each section with healthy messages at the end of the activity.
Global Solutions HEALTH OBSERVATORY MESOAMERICAN HEALTH INITIATIVE SLIM INITIATIVE IN GENOMIC MEDICINE
Health Observatory Health Conditions Burden of disease and comparative risk assessment Effective coverage Health Systems National Health Accounts Financial Protection HEALTH OBSERVATORY 244 researchers 67 institutions 21 countries www.observatoriodelasalud.net
Health metrics: 10 methodological papers
Atlas of Health Systems: 16 country maps (available online)
2 systematic reviews: breast cancer and vaccination policies
4 country chapters: Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Rep. and Mexico
6 regional reports
Immunization white paper – presented at the Latin American Parliament
Systematicreview Breastcancer Strengthening human resources
3 Learning modules
Health Information Bank (BIS)
Mapa de Argentina Health Observatory Research networks
MESOAMERICAN HEALTH INITIATIVE
Mesoamerican Health Initiative Strengthening health systems in the region 2009 – Planning Operation in joint collaboration with the Public Health National Institute
Creation of the Mesoamerican Health Institute
Development of virtual technological platform
Training in the development of management skills
Carlos Slim Scholarships Latin Americans in Mexico
2010 Kick-off Target 20.5million below poverty line. +700,000newborn lack basic vaccines. + 400,000newborn with malnutrition. +15 millionin high-risk of having malaria Expected outcome by 2015 9 – 20% decrease in child mortality. 50%decrease in malnutrition. 100% immunization coverage. Eradication of malaria.
SLIM INITIATIVE IN GENOMIC MEDICINE
Slim Initiative in Genomic Medicine Objectives Use of innovative technologies to discover the genetic basis of public health key diseases
Cancer – global population
Diabetes mellitus in Mexico and LatAm population
Some aspects of chronic renal disease
Multi-disciplinary strengthening of human resources
Technical trainings and workshops
Diffusion and socialization of knowledge in order to promote a change in the clinical practice
Advocacy with key actors in the health sector and the
Slim Initiative in Genomic Medicine Research Cancer Renal disease Diabetes Mellitus
Analysis of 8,000 samples with Latin American ascendence.
Identification of common and rare mutations.
First systematic catalog of DNA variants.
Sequencing of 560 samples per type of cancer.
Up to 7 types of cancer.
Systemic catalog of mutations.
Medullary cystic kidney disease type 1.
DNA study of families that present this renal disease.
Identification of the gen that causes the disease
Human Capital INVESTMENT FUNDS CARLOS SLIM SCHOLARSHIPS CARLOS SLIM HEALTH AWARDS
CARLOS SLIM SCHOLARSHIPS
Carlos Slim Scholarships Investment in human capital To December 2009: 2,830 scholars 2010 objective: 3,552 scholars
Funds of Investment Social investment in external projects To December 2009: 30 projects: 337,240 beneficiaries 2010 objective: 465,000 beneficiaries
CARLOS SLIM HEALTH AWARDS
Carlos Slim Health Awards Recognition to excellence and outstanding performance Nominations Mexico Haiti Honduras Nicaragua Venezuela 42% Guatemala El Salvador Costa Rica Brazil Colombia Ecuador Chile Categories Lifetime Achievement in Research 35 Argentina Outstanding institution 90
Carlos Slim Health Institute 2009 beneficiaries and expected outreach for 2010