Presentation on theme: "STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTATION CONFERENCE EUROPEAN INNOVATION PARTNERSHIP ON ACTIVE AND HEALTHY AGEING DG Sanco – DG Infso DR. Fausto FELLI PRESIDENT OF EQUITY."— Presentation transcript:
STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTATION CONFERENCE EUROPEAN INNOVATION PARTNERSHIP ON ACTIVE AND HEALTHY AGEING DG Sanco – DG Infso DR. Fausto FELLI PRESIDENT OF EQUITY IN HEALTH INSTITUTE President of Italian Institute for Quality of Life Coordinator of Italian Local Health Network to Produce Health on a Large Scale Brussels 26 November 2010
EUROPEAN POPULATION AT RISK OF POVERTY AFTER SOCIAL TRANSFERT 2008
Health Promotion, Healthy Ageing and Equity in health: financing what, who,why and how. Do we agree or not that the bottom up planning is the only way to monitorize needs so being the fluel for research,public health equity and excellence through social consensus, participation and control?
The Model of Health Production on a Large Scale: 1) Health self production, 2) Physical activity, 3) Nutrition, 4) Immunorehabilitation, 5) Communication, patient enpowerment and 5 level consensus engineering, 6) HTC,ICT,e-Health, Satellitar technologies, Genetics and Lifestyles, 7) GP innovative RBM Local decisors framework : health,municipalities, school authorities, trades and associations, GP 3 Italian Regions ( Puglia, Lazio, Emilia Romagna ) + Toscana&Liguria 10 Local Health Authorities (FG, BAT, TA,BA,BR, LE, RME, RMD, BO, RN) 64 Municipalities MINISTRY of HEALTH DG Training and Human Resourches Unibo, Uniba, Uniroma 3 AGENAS (The National Agency for Health) Federsanita’ Anci (The National Agency of Municipalities) Dialogue with Eurohealthnet, EMA,Epha, Age Platform, Euregha, EUMTA and others Expanding in other Countries : Slovenia, Croatia, Rumenia, Bulgaria, Hungaria, UK, Greece, Malta, Latvia, Spain
Main obstacles/barriers encountered CULTURAL OBSTACLES Health promotion and disease prevention are not only important in their own right, but can significantly reduce future demand for treatments and care services : it seems that all depends ONLY from an internal budget rebalancing METHODOLOGIC OBSTACLES Cuts of the costs without knowing the costs of the cuts. A caotic mix of horizon scanning,panorama scanning & tip of the shoes scanning does really occurs ICT, HTA e-health don’t dialogue with the community (society + institutions) as « on a large scale » end user and community doesn’t recognize them in budget planning PRACTICAL OBSTACLES The lack of experience in bottom up planning means the lack of consensus, participation and control. It means a decreased energy to defend and qualify budgets. It means to give poor people only what is available, not what it is necessary to reach at least dignity
How the Partnership can help in the main obstacles/barriers encountered CULTURAL OBSTACLES Activating a debate on the % of GDP necessary to have a real PHS health promotion and health care based on a large scale implementation. Starting a debate on an EUROPEAN PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM also to modernize budgets METHODOLOGIC OBSTACLES Knowing the costs of the cuts. ICT, HTA e-health as tools of/for social innovation : health systems are not a cost, but a big part of Common Good. To help Community to recognize needs as its own needs and put them in priority scale PRACTICAL OBSTACLES Implementation of bottom up planning to improve consensus, participation and control. More involvement of Regions and local health Authorities in planning health systems Financing Health Systems and Crisis : the moment of a better understanding, a better explaining and clear proposals for actions
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