IPCHS. Integrated People-Centred Health Services

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Jan. 15, 2021 Europe, Global Event

EHMA value-based primary care executive workshop

The European Health Management Association (EHMA) is hosting a two-day executive workshop on value-based primary care, on 15-16 February 2021. The workshop will discuss the latest frameworks and experiences on how primary care is evolving in the ever-changing healthcare systems and how services/management adapted to take into consideration the new reality created by COVID-19.

Comparison of experiences from different countries will be discussed, with a specific focus on the Catalan case of CASAP and the Italia Lombardy Region reform based on proactive population health management, Chronic Related Groups (CReGs) and individual care contracts.

Save a spot, participate in the interactive workshop and collaborate with healthcare professionals at all levels within health systems and primary care sector.

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Jan. 12, 2021 Western Pacific Publication

Integrating patient complexity into health policy: a conceptual framework

Clinicians across all health professions increasingly strive to add value to the care they deliver through the application of the central tenets of people-centred care (PCC), namely the ‘right care’, in the ‘right place’, at the ‘right time’ and ‘tailored to the needs of communities’.

This ideal is being hampered by a lack of a structured, evidence-based means to formulate policy and value the commissioning of services in an environment of increasing appreciation for the complex health needs of communities. This creates significant challenges for policy makers, commissioners and providers of health services. Communities face a complex intersection of challenges when engaging with healthcare. Increasingly, complexity is gaining prominence as a significant factor in the delivery of PCC.

Based on the World Health Organization (WHO) components of health policy, this paper proposes a policy framework that enables policy makers, commissioners and providers of health care to integrate a model of ...

Sept. 19, 2016 South-East Asia Publication

Healthy China : deepening health reform in China building high-quality and value-based service delivery

As many other countries, China faces big challenges to meet the health care needs of her citizens, associated with a rapidly aging society and increasing burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Also, health costs have been growing at a rate higher than GDP growth since 2008.

Since the launch of health reform in 2009, China has invested significantly in health infrastructure at the grassroots level and made progress in building the primary care doctors system. Basic public health services capacity has been significantly enhanced. China is progressing quickly to achieving universal health coverage and some of the reform achievements have attracted worldwide attention.

The reform commanded many innovative pilots in health financing and service delivery at the local level and provided a strong foundation for the next stage of reform. This report aim to support China during this reform phase by recommending 8 sets of strategic reform directions, referred to as ...