Una oportunitat per intercanviar bones pràctiques en l’atenció a la cronicitat a nivell europeu: el projecte JA-CHRODIS
The number of people are living with a chronic disease has increased considerably during the last decades. This situation has caused a change in the health system. It has to reorient itself and develop several practices that aim to optimize the care of chronic patients. The European Commission launched in 2014 a joint action in which 60 institutions that belong in 26 countries of the European Union have participated; the JA-CHRODIS project. The objective of the action has been to identify the best experiences that is being currently carried out in Europe about attention to chronicity, based on unified and agreed evaluation criteria, to make them available to both professionals and managers and policy makers of health care services through a repository; In this way allows the exchange of information on those most successful experiences and promotes the transfer and implementation of best practices.
Good practices; Chronic patient; JA-CHRODIS
Robles N, Giménez E, Carrion C, Ribeiro RT, Reynolds J, Barbaglia MG, et al. Una oportunitat per intercanviar bones pràctiques en l’atenció a la cronicitat a nivell europeu: el projecte JA-CHRODIS. Ann Med (Barc 1976). 2018;101(1):30-33.
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