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D1-4B How Does Telehealth Enable Improved Self-Management and Care

Leveraging Benefits of Telehealth in Europe: How Does Telehealth Enable Improved Self-Management and Care? Facilitator: Leo Lewis, U4H 1) Diabetes Service in Greece: Dr George Dafoulas, Trikala, Greece. 2) COPD service in Wales: Claire Hurlin, Lead for Chronic Conditions Management, Wales. 3) CHF Service in Northwest Moravia: Lukáš Roubík, Olomouc. "BONUS TRACK" in sessions D1-4B: Brochure "United4Health TELEHEALTH IN PRACTICE - CARE DELIVERY MODELS FROM 14 REGIONS IN EUROPE"

JSym D1-4B 01 George Dafoulas PS2 Diabetes Service in Greece.pdf

Leveraging Benefits of Telehealth in Europe: How Does Telehealth Enable Improved Self-Management and Care? Diabetes Service in Greece: Dr George Dafoulas, Trikala, Greece.

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JSym D1-4B 02 Claire Hurlin PS2 COPD Service in Wales.pdf

Leveraging Benefits of Telehealth in Europe: How Does Telehealth Enable Improved Self-Management and Care? COPD service in Wales: Claire Hurlin, Lead for Chronic Conditions Management, Wales.

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JSym D1-4B 03 Lukas Roubik PS2 CHF Service in Northwest Moravia.pdf

Leveraging Benefits of Telehealth in Europe: How Does Telehealth Enable Improved Self-Management and Care? CHF Service in Northwest Moravia: Lukáš Roubík, Olomouc

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United4Health Telehealth in Practice - Care Delivery Models from 14 Regions in Europe.pdf

The contents of this brochure describe and illustrate how each deployment site has embedded their telehealth technology solution into their care pathways and how the models of chronic conditions care management have been designed to improve the levels of self-management and enable more timely care and support to be provided by care practitioners. United4Health is a European largescale deployment project that has successfully implemented and assessed the impact of innovative healthcare services for the remote monitoring of patients with chronic conditions. The project has included 19 service models in 14 regions in 10 countries. The sites have deployed telemonitoring focused on managing and supporting patients with diabetes mellitus, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, congestive heart failure or hypertension. The sites have procured any necessary technology, integrated it into their existing health care services and redesigned care pathways as necessary. The project has also undertaken a comprehensive evaluation examining different aspects of the deployment. Telehealth, if designed and integrated into mainstream service provision can offer more accessible, equitable and sustainable services for the benefit of people in Europe.

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