Putting patients’ needs first is key to ensure adherence. But this is not enough. Other points of contact such as friends and family, doctors, nurses, pharmacists also play an important role. But how to engage all relevant stakeholders in a patient-oriented care program? And how to adapt the interaction points over time when a disease progresses? And who will pay for the required services? How will digital technologies and remote monitoring such as the rapidly developing landscape of apps alter the situation?
These are some of the questions that a sub-group of our network addresses. We were surprised to find out during the kick-off of the Patient-oriented Solutions Group how many pieces of the puzzle we already could combine in our very first meeting. And we continue to expand our reach and at the same time strive for very practical pilot projects to prove the concepts.
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