"Teadusuuringute ning tehnoloogia arendamise 7. raamprogramm (7RP)" projekt MARPO12188R
MARPO12188R "Project INTEGRATE - Integreeritud arstiabi krooniliste haiguste ja east sõltuvate seisundite paremaks käsitlemiseks. (1.09.2012−31.08.2015)", Ruth Kalda, Tartu Ülikool, Tartu Ülikool, Arstiteaduskond, Peremeditsiini kliinik, Polikliinik.
MARPO12188R
Project INTEGRATE - Integreeritud arstiabi krooniliste haiguste ja east sõltuvate seisundite paremaks käsitlemiseks.
Project INTEGRATE - Benchmarking Integrated Care for better Management of Chronic and Age-related Conditions in Europe
INTEGRATE
1.09.2012
31.08.2015
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Teadusuuringute ning tehnoloogia arendamise 7. raamprogramm (7RP)
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
3. Terviseuuringud3.6. RahvatervishoidB685 Tervishoiukorraldus3.3. Terviseteadused (tervishoid, sotsiaalmeditsiin, hügieen, õeteadus, epidemioloogia)100,0
AsutusRollPeriood
Tartu Ülikoolpartner01.09.2012−31.08.2015
Tartu Ülikool, Arstiteaduskond, Peremeditsiini kliinik, Polikliinikpartner01.09.2012−31.08.2015
AsutusRiikTüüp
Euroopa Komisjon
PerioodSumma
01.09.2012−31.08.2015194 960,00 EUR
194 960,00 EUR

INTEGRATE aims at gaining valuable insights into integrated care, starting from the premise that it offers benefits for patients and for Europe’s health and social security systems, which are facing the challenges of an ageing population and increased chronic conditions. For these benefits to be realised, there is still much to be learnt in terms of process design, service delivery, skills mix, patients’ involvement, funding flows, regulatory conditions, and enabling information technologies to create connectivity, alignment and collaboration within and between the cure and care sectors. INTEGRATE will look into best practices of integrated care that have a proven impact in terms of positive patient care experiences; care outcomes and cost-effectiveness. The key aim is to define what constitutes good quality integrated care provision. By studying real case studies considered to be examples of interesting integrated approaches to medical care and a defined set of horizontal issues across different Europe health systems, we will identify generic success factors of care integration, taking into account context dependency. The results will be contrasted with international evidence and feed into operational and policy recommendations. INTEGRATE brings together a multidisciplinary team with extensive knowledge of the challenges involved in promoting integrated care, drawing on financial, regulatory, human resources, technological, and managerial perspectives, covering very different European settings, including a new Member State, building on existing collaborative relationships. To ensure scientific coherence and maximise the chances of achieving effective policy change, INTEGRATE builds on a strong network of IFIC. INTEGRATE will impact on European health policies by providing managerial and policy recommendations, based on evidence from successful integrated care experiences, with the aim to support health providers and Member States in better organising health care.
INTEGRATE aims at gaining valuable insights into integrated care, starting from the premise that it offers benefits for patients and for Europe’s health and social security systems, which are facing the challenges of an ageing population and increased chronic conditions. For these benefits to be realised, there is still much to be learnt in terms of process design, service delivery, skills mix, patients’ involvement, funding flows, regulatory conditions, and enabling information technologies to create connectivity, alignment and collaboration within and between the cure and care sectors. INTEGRATE will look into best practices of integrated care that have a proven impact in terms of positive patient care experiences; care outcomes and cost-effectiveness. The key aim is to define what constitutes good quality integrated care provision. By studying real case studies considered to be examples of interesting integrated approaches to medical care and a defined set of horizontal issues across different Europe health systems, we will identify generic success factors of care integration, taking into account context dependency. The results will be contrasted with international evidence and feed into operational and policy recommendations. INTEGRATE brings together a multidisciplinary team with extensive knowledge of the challenges involved in promoting integrated care, drawing on financial, regulatory, human resources, technological, and managerial perspectives, covering very different European settings, including a new Member State, building on existing collaborative relationships. To ensure scientific coherence and maximise the chances of achieving effective policy change, INTEGRATE builds on a strong network of IFIC. INTEGRATE will impact on European health policies by providing managerial and policy recommendations, based on evidence from successful integrated care experiences, with the aim to support health providers and Member States in better organising health care.
KirjeldusProtsent
Alusuuring50,0
Rakendusuuring50,0
AsutusRollRiikTüüpKommentaar
IESE Business SchoolkoordinaatorHispaania Kuningriik