Project ValueCare
Value-based methodology for integrated care supported by ICT

Project ValueCare is an EU funded project which aims to deliver personalised integrated (health and social) care services, better outcomes for older people and improved care experience. It also aims to improve staff satisfaction and greater efficiency in the use of resources and coordination of care. It will do this in a setting that ensures trust of users and policy makers with regard to data access, protection and sharing and which can be replicated and deployed at large scale in other EU countries.

Enhance the experience of older people through innovative digital solutions

Improve the satisfaction of multidisciplinary care teams

Use resources more efficiently through improved coordination

Improve care outcomes and maintain quality of life for older people with frailties

The latest news from Project ValueCare

CO-CREATING VALUE-BASED CARE: VALUECARE WORKSHOP IN THE EUROPEAN WEEK OF ACTIVE HEALTH AGEING

CO-CREATING VALUE-BASED CARE: VALUECARE WORKSHOP IN THE EUROPEAN WEEK OF ACTIVE HEALTH AGEING   Monday, 18th October  During the first day of the European Week of Active and Healthy Ageing, some partners of the ValueCare team organised the workshop “co-creating value-based care” with the main purpose of raising awareness about the benefits of implementing co-design…

ValueCare partners had a Face-to-Face meeting in Treviso!

On Monday 6th September, Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th September 2021, ISRRA hosted the 6th ValueCare project consortium meeting at FABER’s villa in Treviso. After almost 2 years of online activities, this was the first in-person meeting. The three days were valuable and formative as they allowed the partners to discuss several crucial issues for…

Valencia Pilot Site Poster Accepted for NACIC2021!!

In the Valencia pilot in Spain the aim is to improve the quality of life of both older people (over 65 years) with frailty, and that of their families. It also aims to improve staff satisfaction and greater efficiency in the use of resources and coordination of care. METHODS From October 2020 to February 2021,…