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Taking care of the complex patient: the contribution of JADECARE
8 November 2022 @ 14:30 - 17:00 CET
Upcoming (free) JADECARE Webinar “Taking care of the complex patient: the contribution of Joint Action on implementation of digitally enabled integrated person-centred care”: The increasing prevalence of chronic diseases and the frequent presence of multimorbid conditions represent a public health priority and a shared challenge present in both the Italian and European contexts: providing efficient, personalized and integrated care that promotes better quality of services is key to address this challenge.
To this end, the Regional Health Agency, on behalf of the Region of Tuscany, participates in the European Joint Action “JADECARE” (Joint Action on implementation of Digitally Enabled integrated person-centered CARE) whose purpose is to contribute to the development of more innovative, effective and sustainable health care systems by supporting the sharing of some “Good Practices” already in place in other European countries. Therefore, in accordance with the objectives of the project, professionals from ARS Tuscany and “Piana di Lucca” District Zone have opted to transfer and implement some components of the Good Practice of the Basque Country in “Piana di Lucca” site. As a result, a model of taking care of the complex patient that involves the co-presence of a multiprofessional and multidisciplinary team has been outlined and implemented in the “Piana di Lucca” District Zone.
In this second event, which follows the Webinar on presentation of the project that took place in October 2021, the Regional Health Agency’s objectives are to:
- Provide an overview on how the JADECARE project can fit into national and regional health policies
- Emphasise the Tuscany Region’s commitment to supporting European planning
- Update health professionals on the status of the project in “Piana di Lucca” District Zone: key point of the implementation, main results, achievements, barriers and challenges
- Update health professionals on new “branching activities” in the South-East and Central Local Health Authorities: both Local Health Authorities have shown interest and willingness in transferring into their settings some components of the project developed in the “Piana di Lucca” District Zone.