HOPE organises a study tour in Copenhagen (Denmark) on 10 and 11 April 2018 to present the Danish way in quality and health care to senior healthcare professionals, managers and policy makers.
In 2016, Denmark abolished mandatory hospital accreditation and replaced it with a National Quality Programme. The overall aim of the program is to build a nationwide improvement culture and to focus the improvement work on the results and experience of health Care for the patients.
Denmark is facing the same challenges as the rest of Europe: An aging population, a dramatic increase in chronic diseases, and a rise in health expenditure. The Quality Programme is there for only a part of a wider vision and work to-wards a systems change in Danish Health Care: Population health management, value based health care, Big Data, Personalized Medicine and a political obligation to not only deliver health care services but Health to all citizens.
The HOPE Study Tour will provide the participant with an understanding of the current work and visions for changes in Denmark, and the possibility to discuss the developments with peers. We will focus on experts exchanging knowledge and experiences in this particular field. Through the introduction to national programs, challenges and field studies, we expect the 20 to 25 participants to share their own experiences in order to make it a lively and fruitful study tour.
More information about the programme and hotels will be provided in December, but please save the dates and consider who could participate from your organization.
For early registration, please write to Louise Lauesgaard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee: 350 Euro, excluding hotel and transport.