Organised by Roche Diabetes Care
Can risk-sharing models ensure more person-centred healthcare services and improve outcomes?
This workshop will look at the challenges of local implementation of an ICT supported integrated care pathway for chronic diseases.
Through a full immersion experience delivered with a theatrical twist, participants will use a real-life case study (Zealand Region) to co-create some options for the local health authority. Exploring the organisational, structural and cultural framework, we will ask the following questions:
The workshop will demonstrate that by tapping into the expertise and know-how of public, non-state and private stakeholders from a given healthcare environment, and respecting local processes and culture, optimal and person-centred solutions can be delivered to better support people living with chronic diseases during their life course. The ultimate aim is to show that European expertise can address local challenges when adopting the appropriate design methodology.
CLAUS REHFELD, Business Development Manager, FIERS – Region Zealand, Denmark
NICK GULDEMOND, Associate Professor Integrated Care & Technology, Erasmus University Institute of Health Policy & Management, The Netherlands
DARIO PELIZZOLA, Former Director, Internal Medicine Department and Diabetes Unit Az. USL Ferrara (Local Health Authority), Italy
BASTIAN HAUCK, Patient Advocate, Diabetes Online Community #dedoc, Germany
DAGMAR KOWNATKA, Head of Professional Relations, Scientific and Strategic Affairs EMEA/LATAM, Roche Diabetes Care, Germany
TAMSIN ROSE, Senior Fellow, Friends of Europe