The congress will be held from 15-17 June 2022 in a face-to-face format for the first time in Brussels, Belgium.
The international and benchmark conference on health management celebrates its 40th anniversary, with the main theme “From people to systems: leadership for a sustainable future“. In collaboration with the Leuven Institute for Health Policy, the European Health Management Association (EHMA) will explore the challenges and solutions for creating sustainable health systems and the ways in which health managers can lead them over three days.
The EHMA 2022 Annual Conference is an opportunity to bring together managers, researchers, and health professionals, as well as decision-makers from health systems at the European level, to share experiences, projects and best practices implemented in recent years. The conference is structured around four central themes: Governance and Leadership; Management, Operations, and Practice; Finance and Economics; and Policy and Regulation. Knowledge and experiences will also be shared around other themes such as people-centred systems; managing digital transformation; the workforce of the future; shaping sustainable systems; and improving access, delivery, and outcomes in healthcare.
Kronikgune is one of the sponsors of the conference. In addition, it will organize a thematic workshop on the Joint Action coordinated at the European level by JADECARE and will give an oral presentation on the Gatekeeper project.
Joint Action JADECARE: coordinated by Kronikgune
Title: Transfer and adoption of good practice in person-centered, digitally-enabled integrated care: what challenges and key elements need to be addressed for successful transfer?
Description: This workshop aims to explore the challenges and key elements to consider when transferring good practices to heterogeneous health systems with different needs, objectives, and scope. During the workshop, the project, the good practices to be transferred, the transfer and implementation strategy, and the experience of one of the implementing countries will be presented. During the discussion, speakers and workshop participants will discuss the challenges and key elements for the transfer of good practices and share experiences and lessons learned.
Modality: Oral Communication
Title: Management of polypharmacy in patients with chronic diseases using digital tools
Description: Within the framework of the GATEKEEPER project, financed by the EU, the aim is to respond to the high prevalence of polymedicated patients and the problems derived from polypharmacy, such as the inappropriate use of medicines. Kronikgune will present the intervention being carried out in 11 Osakidetza Integrated Health Organisations (OSIs) for the management of people with chronic diseases and polypharmacy in the Basque Country. The main objective is to assess the effectiveness and experience of the intervention using a mobile application (My Treatment) to improve adherence, and with the use of a web platform (CheckTheMeds) to optimize drug prescription.