Population-based responsibility: a participatory approach to care pathway efficiency

Abstract : In order to improve coordination in the care pathway, an experimental project called “population-based responsibility” is being run in 5 regions in France. The project has a triple objective: better health for the population, better patient experience, and a lower cost for society. It is based on an integrated approach to health, a more holistic approach to the patient and on the commitment of all the actors involved, so that they can collectively work in the same direction to serve the population. One of the challenges is a better cooperation between primary care and hospital care. What is envisaged is a better understanding and considering of the needs of general practitioners and their patients, and to give GPs more capacity of action, including the one of organizing the care pathway around the patient within the ecosystem of healthcare actors. This position paper describes the first participatory workshop held in Aube and Sézannais experimental area, which brought together professionals of different types and stakeholders from civil society , to co-create the ideal care pathway scenario. This workshop allowed to trigger participation (hopefully leading to coordination) in a positive and optimistic spirit, and to gather the first insights concerning expectations and needs of different stakeholders.
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Karine Lan Hing Ting, Dimitri Voilmy, Abéline Moreau, Antoine Malone, Guillaume Pradalié, et al.. Population-based responsibility: a participatory approach to care pathway efficiency. 16th European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, Jun 2018, Nancy, France. ⟨hal-02291146⟩

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