Inclusive Introduction of Integrated Care
The aim of INCA is to improve outcomes for patients; creating access to better integrated socio-sanitary care e-Services (integration of health care, social care, long-term and self-care in any kind of health/living conditions) outside of hospitals; reducing unnecessary hospital admissions and enabling effective working of professionals across provider boundaries (silos).
INCA will be deployed across “cloud computing” approaches, in order to reach its outcomes in a highly ambitious affordable way, with clear quantitative indicators, assuring the best value for money using INCA against conventional alternative of Public or Private silos of eHealth service deployments.
INCA service can be categorized as an organizer of care around the needs of people with the aim of improving the health services through better coordination across different levels of socio-sanitary care and from different providers within each level.
INCA wants to be seen as a contribution towards first-time introduction of integrated care programmes and coaching of “first time deployment” by “early adopter” regions in Member States or associated countries, including remote “proactive” monitoring of patients.