Koninklijke Philips N.V.
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- Registration date 30 jun 2009 - 09:02
- Statutory name Koninklijke Philips N.V.
- Title Philips and Project HOPE announce collaboration to improve chronic disease management in China
- Comments June 30, 2009 PHILIPS AND PROJECT HOPE ANNOUNCE COLLABORATION TO IMPROVE CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT IN CHINA • Partnership will link leading Chinese hospitals with community healthcare centers in four cities, to enhance care that patients receive in their home communities • Partnership will focus on three chronic disease areas: cardiac, cerebrovascular and respiratory Shanghai, China – At an Inauguration Ceremony at Shanghai Ruijin Hospital today, Philips China and Project HOPE announced a unique partnership that will create a new chronic disease management model linking major hospitals and community healthcare centers in a collaborative approach. The objective of this three-year program is to contribute to the improvement of chronic disease management and thereby, improve patient care outcomes and reduce the burden on the overall healthcare system of China. Philips will provide program funding and technical support to the partnership. Project HOPE will bring to the team more than 50 years of experience in international public health and the development training of health care training programs. Launched in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Wuhan, the program is the first of its kind that targets three chronic disease areas in China: heart disease, stroke and respiratory disease. Through the combined efforts of leading tertiary hospitals, community healthcare centers and home-based rehabilitative services in those four cities, Philips and Project HOPE aim to develop an innovative and sustainable model and infrastructure for chronic disease management, as well as build up the capacity of community healthcare centers to provide long-term integrated management for chronic disease patients with the support of secondary and tertiary hospitals. Through the program, training will be provided for secondary and community healthcare providers and advanced medical facilities will be set up at the community healthcare centers. Patient education and the interventions
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