Digital Enablers for Integrated Care – a Design Workshop

Veronica Arias, Grace Arnell, Chaloner Chute, Brendan Faulds, Don McIntyre, Kara Mackenzie, Sanna Rimpilainen, Aaron Wood

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Abstract

In ‘Region A’, like in many other regions and countries, diabetes is a prevalent condition affecting one in twenty people. Type 2 diabetes is rapidly increasing in ‘Region A’, and currently accounts for about 87% of the cases in total. Diabetes has been recognized as an exemplar long term condition, both in terms of the growing number of people with type 2 diabetes, and in terms of the serious and expensive complications it can bring to the sufferers. Maintaining and improving the quality of diabetes services, according to the ‘Region A’s government, against the backdrop of increase in patient numbers and the increased pressure on the health and care services is one of the key challenges. Those involved in diabetes care include the individual, the carer, broader social groups, and public services at multiple levels. However, as with many condition groups, flow of information and decision making is often disjointed with poor communications between these players.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages3
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2016

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Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Education
Caregivers
Health Services
Decision Making
Communication
Delivery of Health Care
Pressure

Keywords

  • connected health
  • care management
  • digital health
  • chronic conditions

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Arias, V., Arnell, G., Chute, C., Faulds, B., McIntyre, D., Mackenzie, K., ... Wood, A. Digital Enablers for Integrated Care – a Design Workshop.
Arias, Veronica ; Arnell, Grace ; Chute, Chaloner ; Faulds, Brendan ; McIntyre, Don ; Mackenzie, Kara ; Rimpilainen, Sanna ; Wood, Aaron. / Digital Enablers for Integrated Care – a Design Workshop. 3 p.
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