STEP BY STEP, BUILDING STRONGER HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS
The result: a series of pilot programmes that demonstrate the power of concrete solutions to improve the sustainability of healthcare systems. Each programme falls under at least one of the three pillars of sustainable healthcare: prevention and early intervention, patient empowerment and reorganisation of care delivery. The most successful pilots are scaled up and every project proves that even small changes have the potential to make a big impact. The power of pilot programmes is that they serve as examples; models that can be adapted to different countries, languages and health systems.
- Austria – Psoriasis Patient Coaches
- Belgium – Activ84worK
- Canada – Alberta gets Fit for Work
- Denmark – A Solution Catalogue with nine solutions
- Finland – Advancing Healthcare Sustainability
- France – Carmelia
- Germany – The “Simply Irreplaceable!” Initiative
- Greece – Instituting National Health Insurance
- Greece – Re-organising Emergency Hospital Care
- Ireland – A Journey of Innovation & Partnership
- Israel – Reboot – AbbVie Innovation Forum
- Italy – A Micro-Simulation Model
- Netherlands – Towards more Effective Treatments
- Norway – “We Care!” A Work/Life Balance Initiative
- Poland – “Healthy – Active – Constructive”
- Portugal – IS2 Portugal Sustainable Health Initiative
- Romania – The “Hands with Life” Initiative
- Slovakia – A study to facilitate patient education
- Spain – Fit for Life: Living longer, Living Better
- Sweden – A Solutions Catalogue
- Sweden: IBD Home – Patient disease self-monitoring
- Switzerland – Development for Hospitals: A Manual
- Turkey – Gaziantep University Early Arthritis Clinic
- UK – The Hepatitis C Partnership
- UK – The Shared Decision-Making Tool
- UK – Early Intervention Clinic for MSDs
Israel – Reboot – AbbVie Innovation Forum
AbbVie Israel joins forces with TEDMED to advance discourse on the future of Healthcare in Israel, in-forming debate around the national health agenda and redefining the boundaries of innovation and patient centricity. The Forum will be a unique format that encourages innovation and helps Israeli decision-makers in formulating effective long-term policy.
The forum will ensure strength, stability and efficiency of the health system, and its ability to continue to provide essential services of high-quality to the public. The Forum will also promote awareness among both the government and the general public on the importance of long-term planning aligned with future trends.
It will identify and analyse the economic implications of demographic and social trends in the health care system. Based on the outcomes of the Forum, AbbVie and TedMed hope to see a number of initiatives placed on the public agenda, such as the creation of a new National Framework to harness public and private thinking on solutions for sustainable healthcare, a mechanism to assess innovative ideas quickly and distribute them nationally and a formal system to evaluate innovative ideas.
The aim of the forum is to establish a National Framework to create a mechanism where innovative ideas can be evaluated and assessed. The model can be reproduced at different levels (local, national and international) and recommendations for the creation of a National Framework to create a mechanism to evaluate and implement innovative ideas could apply to health systems all over the world.
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.