Tackling the tough problem of European healthcare sustainability
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Spotlight on Prevention: When, Who and How?
Unhealthy lifestyles and lack of physical activity are key factors in the development of chronic diseases. Early prevention and diagnosis, better education, and above all collaboration among governments, patient organizations, and industry are crucial to prevent chronic diseases from arising.
Future-proofing Healthcare: An Interview with Esteban Plata
ESG member Esteban Plata is also the President of Western Europe & Canada for AbbVie. He explains the importance of building partnerships and says everyone who has a stake in healthcare holds the power to improve the sustainability of European healthcare systems.
Why it matters: the Early Intervention Toolkit
Big challenges face today's healthcare systems. But there are simple, scaleable solutions that can make a real difference.
The Story of Tom: Why Early Intervention Clinics Matter
Tom is Spanish. Tom works and leads a normal life. Unfortunately, Tom also has a common musculoskeletal disorder (MSD).
WATCH NOW – EARLY INTERVENTION TOOLKIT LAUNCH
Watch the launch of the Early Intervention Toolkit here.
Value: the next revolution in healthcare policy thinking?
Anant Jani, Executive Director of Better Value Healthcare and a researcher in the University of Oxford Value-based healthcare programme discusses the important difference between "cost" and "value" when it comes to healthcare and healthcare policy.
A WHOLE SYSTEM APPROACH TO HEALTHCARE
Decisions with Value has developed three practical guides for Providers, Commissioners and Healthcare Professionals. These guides provide tools and case studies to support NHS staff in the implementation of value-based decisions in everyday practice.
Trains, Planes and… Rheumatism?
Just what does travel have to do with rheumatic musculoskeletal diseases (RMDs)? On the surface, not much. But if you dig a little deeper, they do share something. A missed train connection leads to delays which can have a snowball effect, forcing travellers to change plans, lose time and, of course, deal with a lot of stress.