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Delavnice in dogodki

V četrtek 20. 10. 2016 je na Brdu pri Kranju potekala delavnica na temo "Izmenjava izkušenj in dobrih praks s strokovnjaki iz Kraljevine Švedske na področju vrednotenja zdravstvenih tehnologij (Health Technology Assessment)". Ministrstvo za zdravje je delavnico organiziralo v sodelovanju s švedsko platformo SymbioCare – Health by Sweden.

 

Poročilo HTA delavnice - dr. Stanislav Primožič

HTA in Slovenia - dr. Simona Mencej Bedrač

Technology Assessment and Assessment of Social Services- an overview and examples of how it works - Ingegerd Mejáre

Introduction to HTA methodology and introduction the handbook of the Swedish Council for Health Technology Assessment and Assessment of Social Services (SBU): "Assessment of methods in health care - A handbook" - Ingegerd Mejáre

Activity-based Health Technology Assessment (HTA) in a Swedish Health Care region - Background, process and Case study - Lennart Jivegĺrd

Case Study: From test beds to guideline – an example of an HTA process developed into a guideline on "Health professional guideline on urinary incontinence of non-neurogenic origin in adults" - Peter Holchacker

 

 

V sredo in četrtek, 28. in 29. 9. 2016 je na Ministrstvu za zdravje potekala dvodnevna delavnica o sistemu kakovosti v kontekstu ocenjevanja uspešnosti sistema zdravstvenega varstva (HSPA – Health Systems Performance Assessment). Ministrstvo za zdravje je delavnico organiziralo v sodelovanju z Evropsko komisijo v okviru tehnične pomoči za podporo strukturnim reformam.

 

HSPA - Federico Paoli

HSPA Slovenia - Mircha Poldrugovac

Review of existing indicators on quality of care - Niek Klazinga

HSPA Italy - Marina Davoli

HSPA Sweden - Ingrid Schmidt

HSPA Austria - Maria Kernstock

HSPA Malta - Kenneth Grech

 


- SO WHAT? Strategies across Europe to assess quality of care. Report by the Expert Group on Health Systems Performance Assessment. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 

- SO WHAT? Strategies across Europe to assess quality of care. Report by the Expert Group on Health Systems Performance Assessment