Nick Guldemond from Action group A2 of the EIP for active and healthy aging and David Somekh from B3, representing the EMPATHIE network, hosted an interactive seminar with colleagues in the parallel stream on the EIP at the Athens eHealth 2014 Conference on May 14. The session was chaired by Brian O’Connor of ECHAlliance. There…Details
EHFF joins the Commission Joint Action on Chronic Diseases Chrodis-JA as a collaborating partner and will provide vital contributions to at least three work packages, WP5, 6 and 7. For details of the scope of the Action, there is a PowerPoint presentation from the lead for the JA, Juan Riese available as a PDF.
a) David Somekh, representing EHFF and the EMPATHiE network was co-opted with two other independent experts to join a subgroup of the SANCO Expert Panel on Effective Ways of Investing in Health: this subgroup has the mandate to give an expert opinion on the Future EU Agenda on quality of care with special emphasis on…Details
The Joint Action was launched at the end of January this year, and although a late joiner, EHFF is in discussion with the project’s coordinators over the work packages it might contribute to, especially through involvement of the EMPATHiE network.
On 03.04.14 a one-year renewable partnership agreement was signed between EHFF and the European Forum for Primary Care (http://www.euprimarycare.org) represented by Prof Jan de Maeseneer. This year EFPC’s annual conference in Barcelona, Sept.1/2 will be titled ‘The Future of Primary Care in Europe V’
We would like to present you an idea about database which will collect mistakes that hospital staff makes. We haven´t met with anything like that up to today. As we know, physicians are expected to work on 100%, and that leads them not to share their bad experiences. The reason we pick up this topic…Details
Post by: Henk den Uijl – Policy advisor at NVTZ | PhD candidate at VU Amsterdam | Dutch EVY team In our search for a better future health care in Europe, the central problems that are usually brought forward are an aging population, low health literacy, medical paternalism, high costs and ‘over-treatment’ or iatrogenesis. This…Details
Elaborated by : D.J.M. van der Lee Question: As part of my work for Evy , I was requested to deliver a report of ten innovations. Method: During the period from week 38 (Sept. 16) to week 51 (Dec 16), I daily scanned two Dutch newspapers, De Volkskrant and Trouw, for healthcare innovations. When I…Details
Join EHFF for our first in a series of three exciting and engaging webinars exploring cutting-edge issues in health, education and learning. Taking the form of a roundtable discussion, each participant will be invited to introduce their personal interests as they relate to the theme of education and healthcare. Attendees are invited to comment and…Details