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EHTEL & EHMA Thought Leadership Webinar "How to accelerate scaling Integrated Care in Europe" - supported by SCIROCCO

EHTEL and EHMA are partnering to raise awareness about management tools and methods which can help implementers to scale-up digital health services and make them an integral part of health and care delivery systems.

What
  • EHTEL EHMA Webinar
  • SCIROCCO Project Event
When Apr 18, 2018
from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Where Webinar via GoToMeeting
Contact Name
Contact Phone +32 2 230 1534
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EHTEL-EHMA-SCIROCCO-Webinar

Rehearse the webinar - full recording - at Youtube.

The first collaboration on the matter began in 2012 with the Momentum project and concluded with the identification of 18 critical success factors and the development of a collaborative assessment methodology. Today, both organisations are pleased to present this webinar to their respective members. Over one hour, the webinar will put the spotlight on a new management tool and associated methodologies:

  • the SCIROCCO On-Line tool, which aims to assess the readiness of an environment for Integrated Care.

This collaborative tool is based on the Maturity Model developed by the EIPonAHA Action Group B3 on Integrated Care and takes the form of an on-line questionnaire. The Model has been scientifically validated and already tested in more than 30 regions in Europe.

During the webinar, you will learn about the on-line tool itself, methodologies on how to apply the tool, as well as the experience of some of the 30 European regions who used the prototype of this tool.

Rehearse the webinar - full recording - at Youtube.

Agenda (10:00 - 11:00 CET) [Full Agenda Document for Download]

  • 10:00: Welcome and Introduction to the webinar
    Co-Chairs: Usman Khan, EHMA and Marc Lange, EHTEL
  • 10:10: Introduction to Maturity Model and SCIROCCO Tool
    Andrea Pavlickova, NSS National Healthcare Services Scotland
  • 10:20: Spotlight on Maturity Dimensions of Integrated Care
    Stuart Andersson, University of Edinburgh (School of Informatics)
    - Population Approach (with Q&A)
    - Innovation Management (with Q&A)
    - Capacity building (with Q&A)
  • 10:35: User Experience: creating consensus on the maturity of integrated health and care systems
    Esteban de Manuel Keenoy, Kronikgune, Basque Country
  • 10:50: Question and answers

Main messages

  • The maturity model can help assessing the readiness of a health and care system for integrated care.
  • It can also help identifying domains where further work is needed to support the large-scale deployment of a good practice in integrated care

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