Information on the ICARE4EU project
- How to improve care for people with multimorbidity in Europe?
- How to strengthen patientcentredness in caring for people with multimorbidity in Europe?
- How to strengthen financing mechanisms to promote care for people with multimorbidity in Europe?
- How can eHealth improve care for people with multimorbidity in Europe?
- How to support integration to promote care for people with multimorbidity in Europe?
The following articles will be published in Health Policy in 2018 and are now already available online:
- eHealth in integrated care programs for people with multimorbidity in Europe: insights from the ICARE4EU project
- Managing multimorbidity: profiles of integrated care approaches targeting people with multiple chronic conditions in Europe
Two articles are published in Eurohealth, in which the background, aim and first results of the ICARE4EU project are described.
- Caring for people with multiple chronic conditions in Europe
- ICARE4EU: Improving care for people with multiple chronic conditions in Europe
A presentation on the possibilities of eHealth to support the delivery of integrated care for older people with multimorbidity, which was held at the Aging & Society: 6th Interdisciplinary Conference in Norrkoping (Sweden) in October 2016
In five Country Factsheets first insights from the ICARE4EU project regarding integrated care programmes for people with multimorbidity are provided. These factsheets provide information on multimorbidity programmes and the policy context in Finland, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
- Country Factsheet United Kingdom
- Country Factsheet Finland
- Country Factsheet Germany
- Country Factsheet Italy (English version)
- Country Factsheet Italy (Italian version)
- Country Factsheet the Netherlands
The Case Reports provide information on innovative examples of multimorbidity programmes which were selected from our database. The presented cases were reviewed in depth during site visits that occurred in the first half of 2015.
- Case report PROTOCOL 3 Programme Belgium
- Case report Clinic Silkeborg
- Case report Valencia
- Case report POTKU Finland
- Case report Gesundes Kinzigtal Germany
- Case report INCA Model
- Case report TeleRehabilitation programme
- Case report Diabetic Care Burgas programme
The State-of-the-Art report provides an overview of innovative programmes and approaches in Europe to address the challenges of care provision to people with multimorbidity. Information will be provided on various characteristics of integrated care programmes for people with multimorbidity that have been identified in 31 European countries.