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INCA 2nd public Workshop

Kenus Informática, in collaboration with IDI Eikon and the entire INCA Consortium held on on Friday, 20 May 2016 an INCA Workshop in Zagreb, Croacia.

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The one-day event was a big success and found a broad support among public authority representatives with detailed material available through the following links:

INCA Network of Interest Form    INCA Workshop Evaluation
Agenda/Programme Flyer

INCA pilots deal with cases in the areas of Heart Failure, Diabetes Mellitus (to be extended to COPD and Palliative), Cerebro-Vascular  Diseases,  Arterial Hypertension, Mental Health problems (the most difficult to change/obtain results from, given many patients and their delegation to third parties  and the strong regulations surrounding this type of patients. All the pilots are keen to extend the experience to any other chronic disease beyond the one chosen for the project pilot.

The five pilots project are deployed and running and this workshop will describe the key lessons learned with the aim to contribute to easy the work for those tasked with designing and delivering integrated care services. The results and recommendations will be set within an international context, with cases being easily extrapolated to national, regional and local situations.

The INCA project, that runs from 01/01/2014 to 30/06/2016, is funded under the 7th call of the ICT Policy Support Programme CIP-ICT-PSP-2013 with a total budget of 5.09M Euros of which 50% is paid as EU contribution.

Read more about INCA on the INCA Web Portal or watch the INCA video presentation.

Categoria(s): Europa, Eventos, INCA, Sin categoría

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INCA at ICT 2015

ICT 2015

Kenus Informática, in collaboration with IDI Eikon and other INCA consortium members, presented these days the INCA project at the Information and Communication Technology conference ICT 2015.

ICT 2015 took place from 20 to 22 October in Lisbon, Portugal. It offered to more than 6000 visitors the possibility to “Innovate, Connect, Transform” our digital world.

Providing Health and Social Care Services is becoming increasingly complex and costly. An aging population, a multitude of public, private and informal actors, together with a myriad of eHealth systems and technologies create numerous hurdles to offering efficient and cost-effective care. Hence, although the European savings potential identified amounts to 100 billion Euros annually, proactive integrated socio-sanitary care is till now more a concept than a reality. In reality, healthcare is provided by a plurality of islands and despite having strong institutions, good hospitals, and primary care getting better organized, they do not work in a coherent system. In this respect, the socio-sanitary integration options provided by INCA are valuable to let the users experience the benefits of proactive socio-sanitary integration even before the different vested stakeholders are ready to go the whole way.

The INCA project, that runs from 01/01/2014 to 30/06/2016, is funded under the 7th call of the ICT Policy Support Programme CIP-ICT-PSP-2013 with a total budget of 5.09M Euros of which 50% is paid as EU contribution.

Read more about INCA on the INCA Web Portal or watch the INCA video presentation.

Categoria(s): Europa, Eventos, INCA, Sin categoría

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Kenus at eHealth Week Riga 2015

IMG_0775Kenus Informática, in collaboration with IDI Eikon and Manises Hospital, presented this days the INCA project in the eHealth Week (#eHw15).

The #eHw15 was held in Riga, Latvia during the days 11, 12 y 13 of May. This event, has been the meeting place of the health IT representatives of the highest level from the 28 EU Member States. Featuring the hottest topics from the future of mHealth to patient engagement.

The INCA project was exhibited using the “European Innovation Partnership Track: Active and Healthy Ageing” meetings where exposed the good results obtained until now. (View presentation).

The INCA project, that runs from 01/01/2014 to 30/06/2016, is funded under the 7th call of the ICT Policy Support Programme CIP-ICT-PSP-2013 with a total budget of 5.09M Euros of which 50% is paid as EU contribution.

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Kenus presents new book

IMG_0775In Kenus Informática are pleased to present the new Lars T. Berger book, our R&D director.

This new book is titled “Smart eHealth and eCare Technologies Handbook”, CRC Press and ISBN 9781498745659 will focus in the new technologies applied to the area of health and wellness. For more information about this, contact us.

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Kenus presenta nuevo libro

IMG_0775En Kenus Informática estamos contentos de presentar el nuevo libro de nuestro director de I+D, Lars T. Berger.

Este nuevo libro se titulará “Smart eHealth and eCare Technologies Handbook” de CRC Press, ISBN 9781498745659 y tratará sobre las nuevas tecnologías aplicadas al área de salud y bienestar. Para más información acerca de éste, contacte con nosotros.

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Integración socio-sanitaria explicada en el vídeo de INCA

INCA es una solución TIC para la gestión de Programas de Atención al Paciente Crónico. Este proyecto, coordina los servicios socio-sanitarios de las diferentes administraciones y ofrece unos servicios mejor coordinados. Dichos servicios van acordes con las necesidades globales de los pacientes, aumentando la satisfacción de éstos. Además, se logra una mayor eficiencia y se reducen costos.

 

 

El enfoque integrador de INCA contribuye a eliminar silos entre profesionales y barreras tecnológicas para la participación de los pacientes (y/o sus cuidadores informales). Además, presenta nuevos modelos organizativos y de sostenibilidad que hacen viable la alternativa de una atención integral en cualquier Estado Miembro de la Unión.

El proyecto INCA esta financiado por por la séptima convocatoria del Programa de Apoyo a Políticas TIC CIP-ICT-PSP-2013, mediante la contribución de la Unión Europea en un 50%. De esta manera, el Consorcio del proyecto europeo INCA ha lanzado el primer vídeo de INCA, con el fin de difundir los principales retos y beneficios del proyecto.

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Google anuncia las medidas para evitar una multa de Bruselas

Google ha enviado una serie de medidas a Bruselas para evitar una multa por el proceso que tiene abierto desde hace 2 años. Esta multa podría alcanzar los 3.800 millones de Euros, el 10% de su facturación del año pasado.

Joaquín Almunia encabeza el departamento de Competencia, comienza un periodo que puede durar alrededor de un mes, en el que se consultarán a las partes afectadas por si consideran suficientes las medidas propuestas por Google.

Entre las medidas que plantea Google destaca un cambio en la presentación de sus búsquedas. En cuanto a los medios de comunicación, serán estos quienes controlen sus contenidos en Google News.

Nos toca esperar a que Bruselas concluye su Test de Mercado, para ver cómo afecta a las o si le toca pagar la multa a Google.

FUENTES: tecnologia.elpais.com

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