Innovations

Una Práctica se ha definido como: “Una práctica política, una  práctica organizativa o una práctica clínica o asistencial encaminada a promover la utilización de conocimiento para generar valor encaminado a mejorar los resultados en salud, la eficiencia, la calidad o la satisfacción en la atención sanitaria y socio-sanitaria dirigida a pacientes con enfermedad/es crónica/as”.

  • No se considerarán prácticas las actividades formativas o informativas tales como cursos, congresos, jornadas, seminarios o conferencias.

Una vez recibida la información el equipo editorial de OPIMEC se encargará de publicarla valorando las siguientes características:

  • Consistencia: La práctica está relacionada con al menos uno de los criterios de identificación  de organizaciones  de excelencia.
  • Implementación: La práctica ha sido o está siendo puesta en marcha. No se trata de una idea o de un plan de trabajo.
  • Complementariedad: La práctica suma o multiplica iniciativas de carácter institucional o general ya establecidas, o representa una iniciativa que no existía antes en la institución o en cualquier otro entorno.
  • Innovación: La práctica debe promover la utilización de conocimiento para generar valor. El valor puede relacionarse con impacto en cualquier dominio, como el: clínico, estratégico, táctico, económico, político y académico.
Centros contra el dolor.

by Direccion General de Asistencia Sanitaria - Servicio Extremeno de Salud - Show description

Desarrollo de un sistema de reconocimiento de “Centros contra el Dolor Crónico”. El dolor supone un problema de alta prevalencia ...

Integrating health and social care in Highland, Scotland.

by World Health Organization (WHO) - Show description

Problem:

  • Ageing population with complex care needs.
  • Suboptimal service delivery due to fragmented health and social sectors.

Solution highlights:

  • A ...
Pioneering integrated organizational models for improving elderly people’s care in Ängelholm, Sweden.

by World Health Organization (WHO) - Show description

Problem:

  • Ageing population with rising chronicity.
  • Fragmented services delivery resulting from split management of health and social services.
  • Provider dissatisfaction ...
Developing an integrated primary care model in Slovakia .

by World Health Organization (WHO) - Show description

Problem:

  • Political concern for the chronic disease burden and suboptimal population health outcomes.
  • Limited availability of health promotion or disease ...
Developing an integrated e-health system in Croatia to drive care improvements.

by World Health Organization (WHO) - Show description

Problem

  • Rising burden of chronic disease.
  • Lack of standardization in care quality.
  • Disparities in access to health services.
  • Concentration of ...
Educating and empowering children to make healthy choices across Mexico.

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In Mexico, one in three children and adolescents are overweight or obese. This increases the risk of diabetes and hypertension ...

Piloting integrated health networks to improve type 2 diabetes care in Andorra.

by World Health Organization (WHO) - Show description

Problem

  • High prevalence of type 2 diabetes.
  • Suboptimal patient education on diabetes for self-monitoring and lifestyle adaptations.
  • Growing dissatisfaction of ...
Strengthening local capacity to implement integrated community health services in rural Romania.

by World Health Organization (WHO) - Show description

Problem

  • Inequitable care access and wide health disparities, particularly affecting rural and vulnerable populations.
  • Limited provision of outreach and community ...
Developing an integrated e-health system in Estonia.

by World Health Organization (WHO) - Show description

Problem

  • Fragmented flow of information between health providers.
  • Poor management of the growing number of patients with chronic care needs ...
Telemedicine for improved access to diagnostic services for remote populations in Paraguay.

by World Health Organization (WHO) - Show description

Problem

  • Lack of access to specialist diagnostic services in remote communities
  • Limited response capacity of local health system

Solution highlights ...

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