On 15-16 February 2021, EHMA hosted a two-day
executive workshop on value-based primary care.
The EHMA workshop discussed the latest frameworks and experiences on how primary care is evolving in ever-changing healthcare systems and how services and management adapted to COVID-19. Comparison of experiences from different countries was discussed, with a specific focus on the Catalan case of CASAP and the Italian Lombardy Region reform based on proactive population health management, Chronic Related Groups (CReGs) and individual care contracts.
Particular attention was given to the new reality created by COVID-19, which has profoundly affected all primary care services. The significant number of services that were postponed during the first and second wave has generated serious consequences for the management of chronic and high-risk patients. Returning to full capacity in primary care activities, as well as recovering from the gaps left behind requires clear strategies and innovative actions. This will need the use of all opportunities provided by modern technologies as well as the anticipation of new paradigmatic operational changes and cultural shifts.
The workshop included discussions and confrontations on all these challenges and provided participants with food for thought and the best opportunity for bench learning.
DAY 1 | 15 February 2021, 14.00-18.00
In the first interactive session of the workshop, we will discuss the latest frameworks and experiences on how primary care is evolving in the ever-changing healthcare systems.
Topics to be discussed during the session:
- From Starfield’s Primary Care essentials to Bodenheimer’s building blocks.
- Phameu, MOCHA and other studies on demography, resources and service provision.
- From primary care to population health management.
- From clustering the populations to design the best delivery experience.
- Managing patients as clients.
- Patient – centeredness.
In this second session, the first case study will be presented: how Italy is tackling the chronic care revolution.
In this session, we will discuss the new primary care reality created by COVID-19. The significant number of services that were postponed during the first and second wave has generated serious consequences for the management of chronic and high-risk patients. How did services and management adapt to COVID-19?
DAY 2 | 16 February 2021, 14.00-18.00
The second case study presented during the workshop will come from CASAP (Barcelona, Spain), a public consortium running a Primary Care Team and a Primary Care Emergency Unit, whose aim is to provide a highly resolutive and top-quality primary care health services.
During this session, we will discuss how new paradigms are emerging in the “new normality” of health systems, and how they are translated into practice, with the active engagement of general practitioners, nurses and other health professionals working in community services.
We will discuss challenges and opportunities when it comes to digitalisation in primary care systems with guest speaker Dr Tino Martí, Health economist and eHealth Project Officer at EHTEL.
During the workshop participants:
- were exposed to new perspectives on primary care management and reconfiguration;
- shared perspectives with other professionals;
- learnt from the experiences of an international group;
- analysed current significant managerial issues by discussing cases from different countries and different legal and cultural settings;
- created new contacts and join an international network of professionals sharing an interest in primary care management.
Fees & Registration
- For EHMA members, € 195.00 per person + 21% VAT* where applicable
- For non-EHMA members, € 245.00 per person + 21% VAT* where applicable
- For groups of 4 people of the same organisation, a discount of 10% will be applied
- For groups of 7 people or more of the same organisation, a discount of 15% will be applied
*21% VAT is NOT applicable to participants whose participation is funded by an organisation based in Europe and in possession of a valid VAT number; and to participants whose participation is funded by an organisation based outside of Europe.
The Executive Workshop has a closed attendance of 30 participants. Registrations will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.
What does the fee include?
- Study material and training program
- Networking space;
- Certificate of completion.
You have the right to cancel your registration at any time upon written notice to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you decide to exercise you right to cancellation until 22 January 2021 (included), your fee will be refunded in full or a credit note will be issued for the unpaid invoice raised. If you decide to exercise you right to cancellation after 22 January 2021, there will be no entitlement to a refund and the raised invoice connected to your booking will be due in full.
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