Future Vision Of Regional Health Care

Autorid: Beck BT , Meigas K , Kekomäki M , Vauramo E
Märksõnad: terviseteenused, tervishoid, tervisepoliitika, finantseerimine, haiglad, arstiabi
Välja antud: 2006
Tüüp: Raamat
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Alamvaldkonnad:Terviseteenuste korraldus, kättesaadavus ja kvaliteet
Tervisepoliitika planeerimine ja juhtimine
Kirjeldus: The EU network operation, launched in spring 2004, generates guidelines for future health care. The Future Health operation (Network for Future Regional Health Care) is coordinated by Technomedicum, an independent institute of the University of Helsinki, Finland. Twenty universities, research institutes, hospital districts and hospitals from nine EU member states participate in the operation. In addition to Finland, the partners represent Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania and Sweden.
The European health care sector is presently undergoing profound changes. Health care costs are constantly increasing due to an aging population and rapid development of new treatments and technologies. The implementation of novel IT tools, while enabling efficient transfer and analysis of patient information, will require radically new ways of thinking, as well as major changes in modes of operation. All countries, irrespective of their economic or societal status, face the same fundamental question: how to increase the quality and volume of care, while at the same time lowering costs?
This report is the first in a series of five reports from the project, wherein CP 2 Regional Health Care Service Network lays the ground of common and shared visions of regional health.