14th International Conference on Integrated Care


3. April 2014, 12 Uhr
Lessons learned in seven years of comprehensive integrated care in the Kinzigtal – reasons for the success
Friedrich Fichtner, Leiter Versorgungsmanagement, und Elisa Kern, Projektleiterin Versorgungsmanagement, Gesundes Kinzigtal GmbH

3. April 2014, 11 Uhr
Quality and performance indicators in healthcare networks: Implementation of feedback reports in the integrated care system Gesundes Kinzigtal in Germany
Timo Schulte, Health Data Analyst, OptiMedis AG

3. April, 16 Uhr
Economic performance evaluation of integrated care models: comparison of methods and proposal of a pragmatic best practice model for countries with morbidity-based risk adjustment schemes
Dr. Alexander Pimperl, Leiter Controlling & Health Data Analytics, OptiMedis AG

4. April, 12:10 Uhr
A comprehensive corporate information system targeting integrated care: expensive but necessary and in the long run profitable?
Udo Kardel, Leiter Organisationsmanagement, Gesundes Kinzigtal GmbH, und Helmut Hildebrandt, Vorstand OptiMedis AG

Weitere Themen

Die Themen in diesem Jahr sind:
•    Policy making towards integrated Care: How can policy and policy-makers provide an enabling context to support integrated care to happen in practice? What are the key enabling policies?
•    Integrated care in practice: What are the key characteristics and lessons for developing people-centred co-ordinated care in practice?
•    Making the transition towards integrated care: What are the leadership and managerial strategies necessary to encourage and sustain change for integrated care? Do they differ by context? Where do you start? At what level of the system? How do you measure progress and outcomes?
•    Thinking differently: innovation and integrated care: How do you enable innovation in integrated care to happen and how will accelerate the process of change? How do we better engage people and communities? What will the future of our care systems look like? How we use of information systems and new technologies to support people with complex needs?

Erwartet werden wieder namhafte Experten aus dem In- und Ausland, u.a. Dr. Derek Feeley, Vice-President, Institute for Health Improvement, USA, Christina Wanscher, International Consultant, Southern Denmark Health Innovation, Dr. Rafael Bengoa, former Minister of Health, Basque Country, Prof. Ilona Kickbusch, Director of the Global Health Programme, Graduater Institute of International and Development Studies, Genf, and Dr. Tracey Cooper, President International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua), Chief Executive of the Health Information and Quality Authority in Ireland.

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