To assess the implementation of patient safety policies across Europe, Health
First Europe carried out an in-depth analysis in 7 EU Member States, namely
Italy, France, Belgium, Germany, the UK, the Netherlands and Spain.
In the frame of the Meeting of the EP Interest Group on Innovation in Health and Social Care held on 7 June 2018, HFE published 5 fact-sheets on the power of knowledge and the value of screening, focused on:
The Declaration for Patient Safety aims to call upon health authorities, policymakers, healthcare professionals, providers and patients to join hands to prevent unnecessary harms in healthcare by promoting safer health systems and high-quality standards on patient safety.
The White Paper aims to be an informative tool for policymakers and healthcare stakeholders to understand and raise awareness on the potential of rapid diagnostic innovations to support the global fight against antimicrobial resistance.
AMR is a growing global threat and a significant societal and economic challenge. The cost of inaction is projected to result in 10 million deaths globally per year and a cumulative loss of over EUR 88 trillion to the world economy by 2050.
The Latvian Presidency, in collaboration with Health First Europe, presented the “Declaration for Making Patient – Centered Community Care a Reality,”to encourage the development of policies to improve care for patients in community settings.
Health First Europe released four thematic models to address some key challenges in community care: Roadmap on Wound Care – Roadmap on Ostomy Care – Roadmap on Dialysis Care – Roadmap on Continence Care in Europe.