Autorzy: The work leading to these results has received funding from the European Community’s Health Programme under grant agreement n° 20121209. The ACT programme is fully aligned with the European Innovation Partnership in Active and Healthy Aging objectives to deploy integrated care for chronically ill patients.
Researchers participating in ACT: C. Bescos, C. Westerteicher (Philips Healthcare); S. Pauws, H. Schonenberg, I. Sokoreli (Philips Research); P. Natsiavas, D. Filos, C. Maramis, I. Chouvarda, N. Maglaveras (Aristotle University Thessaloniki); S. Newman, R. Davidson (City University London); J. Roca, I. Dueñas (IDIBAPS); J. Escarrabill, M. Moharra (AQuAS); J. Cleland (Imperial College); D. Barrett, J. Hatfield, S. Nabb (University of Hull); N. Hart (Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust); E. de Manuel, J. Mora, S. Ponce (Kronikgune); C. Domingo (OSAKIDETZA); E. Buskens, M. Lahr (UMCG); M. Romano, M. Nalin, I. Baroni (Telbios); A. Pavlickova (NHS 24/SCTT); S. Störk, C. Wahl (University of Würzburg).
Tytuł: What does it take to make integrated care work? A ‘cookbook’ for large-scale deployment of coordinated care and telehealth. A personalised approach that will benefit patients in your organisation.
Tagi: Care coordination and telehealth services. The Advancing Care Coordination and TeleHealth Deployment Programme (ACT). Basque Country. Catalonia. Lombardy. Scotland. Diabetes. Multimorbidity. Adherence. Chronic patients. Primary care. Secondary care. A telehealth integrated asthma/COPD service. Healthcare services.