ICP 4 co-morbid patients

Thursday, 29.09.2016 | 12:00 - 13:30 | Hotel

Organised by Roche Diabetes Care and European Health Future Forum (EHFF) in cooperation with International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) and others

Integrated care pathways (ICP) supporting multi-morbid patient journeys

Everyone talks about the need to change healthcare to be more efficient and patient focussed, but change is hard to achieve, particularly when dealing with chronic health conditions and their co-morbidities.

Following a conversation on patient-centric care pathways between two leading experts, participants will dive into a workshop inspired by 'Design Thinking' , a methodology used by designers to solve complex problems and find desirable solutions for their clients. A design mindset where participants will have to take the view of a person living with diabetes to understand their daily challenges in managing the condition and propose solutions to overcome them.

The workshop will be practical, dynamic and fun as all participants will learn to apply the methodology in their own environment. The workshop outcomes will be fed into a broader policy process on delivering integrated care.

Success story of a patient-centric care pathway for chronic disease patients

Nick Goodwin, International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)

ICP recommendations for people living with diabetes with multimorbidities

Nick Guldemond, Utrecht University

Break-out sessions will be moderated by Young Forum Gastein Scholars

Sofia Ribeiro

Lisa Ploeg

Siobhan O'Connor

Rocco Freibel


Tamsin Rose, Non-Resident Fellow, Friends of Europe


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