Kronikgune starts cooperation in a new European project: Gatekeeper

By |2020-01-16T12:56:16+01:008 November 2019|

The start-up meeting took place in Madrid from 23 to 25 October. The Gatekeeper consortium includes 43 partners from 13 Member States, featuring technological companies, research institutes or universities, healthcare suppliers and European and international networks focusing on technological innovation. Kronikgune, Osakidetza and Biocruces Bizkaia will represent the Basque Country. Funded by the Horizon 2020 [...]

Agnes Nakakawa, Lecturer in Information Systems in Makerere University, Uganda, has researched assessment of integrated care in Kronikgune

By |2019-09-05T10:57:02+01:005 September 2019|

The stay of the Ugandan researcher in Kronikgune has been supported thanks to the collaboration of the Provincial Council of Bizkaia and the Women for Africa Foundation, through their programmes “Bizkaia Koopera” and "Ellas Investigan”. SAICO, Scorecard for Continuous Assessment and Improvement of Programmes on Integrated Care for multimorbid patients, is a project carried out [...]

Brussels hosted the ACT@Scale project’s 7th general meeting

By |2019-05-31T09:44:50+01:001 February 2019|

The seventh and final general meeting of the ACT@Scale project was held on 23 January at the European office for the Southern Denmark region in Brussels. The aim of ACT@Scale is to develop, consolidate and scale-up Good Practices in integrated care and telemonitoring, and to transfer learning between European regions through a collaborative methodology. The [...]

ACT@Scale publishes catalogue with experience of regions participating in Good Practices scale-up

By |2018-02-19T16:50:03+01:0019 February 2018|

Kronikgune and Osakidetza, the Basque Health Service, have offered their experience in the use of this methodology in the Basque Country.   The collaborative methodology, based on continual improvement cycles (PDSA- Plan, Do, Study, Act), is an increasingly popular procedure in healthcare systems. This method guides multidisciplinary teams in the detection of areas of improvement of [...]