Philips, Nordic Healthcare Group (NHG) and local partner Meditsiinigrupp will support public payer Estonian Health Insurance Fund (EHIF) in a two-year Stroke Patient Pathway Pilot Project by providing IT solution for measuring the outcomes and costs of ischemic stroke care.
"The goal of the Stroke Patient Pathway Pilot is to improve patients' quality of life through developing more integrated care pathway from the patient's view. The Pilot contains of three major parts - various development projects that four hospitals are leading, for the first time we are starting to measure patient reported outcomes, and testing a new, bundled payment model for the whole stroke care pathway. Knowing from other countries experience that it is important to have an IT-system for that kind of pilot, we are happy that we have such competent companies as our partners," commented Maivi Parv, Member of EHIF Management Board.
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