International Conference on Integrated Care

International Conference on Integrated Care

3 th

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on Integrated Care

Berlin, Germany, April 11 th /12 th , 2013

1 2 3 4

Payment Systems

and Incentives


Continuity of Care

and Care





Strategies that

Deliver Change


Key Challenges

of Integrated Care

The ong>Conferenceong>


We are delighted to invite you to the 13 th ong>Internationalong> ong>Conferenceong> on Integrated Care.

Thursday, April 11 th , 2013

8.30 h — 21.00 h

Friday, April 12 th , 2013

8.30 h — 17.00 h

The conference is a unique opportunity to debate and discuss key issues in the

development and delivery of integrated care internationally.

Delegates will enjoy attending a mix of key-note and plenary papers, workshops,

break-out sessions, and poster presentations all organized across the four key

challenges of integrated care.

The social programme will present rich opportunities for networking or relaxation.

Satellite events on integrated care would be available pre and post ong>Conferenceong>.


Hotel Aquino


Hannoversche Strasse 5B

10115 Berlin-Mitte

1 2 3 4

Payment Systems

and Incentives


Continuity of Care

and Care





Strategies that

Deliver Change




Integrated Care



Dr. Viktoria Stein

Site visit Berlin



Day meeting

Prof. Margaret




What are the most

productive payment

and incentive systems

for integrated

care (IC) with limited

financial resources

The conference will

explore the experience

and impact of

different innovations

in payment systems

including: bundled

payments, shared

savings, populationbased

financing, payfor-performance,


cooperation fees.

How can care systems

improve continuity

of care and care coordination

for people

with multiple longterm

and chronic care


The conference will

examine how care for

multi-morbid patients

and the frail elderly

can be improved

through approaches

to care that better

support people with

complex care needs.

What organizational

solutions are most

conducive to the

optimal provision of

integrated care

The conference will

debate the pros and

cons of creating new

integrated care organizations

versus coordinated

networks of

care. It will also examine

the importance

of key organizational

functions such as

leadership, governance,

and information

technology. How to

assess outcomes

What strategies are

required at a system

level to support the

adoption of IC solutions

‘at scale’

The conference will

debate what policymakers

and system

leaders need to do to

provide a supporting

environment for integrated

care, including

the appropriate

balance between

‘top-down’ national

directives versus

the freedom to allow

‘bottom-up’ innovations.

Field visit Geriatric


Charité –

Universitäts medizin

Field visit “ Integrated

Care in Practice”


Kinzigtal in a Berlin


We look forward to this

gathering of professionals

from around the world, to a

fruitful exchange of information

and ideas, and to a very

stimulating meeting.

Key Speakers

Prof. Chris Ham, CEO of the King’s Fund, London, UK

Ms. Maureen Bisognano, CEO, Institut for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), USA

Mr. Uwe Deh, Chairman, AOK Federal Association, Berlin

Prof. Dennis Kodner, Kodner & Associates USA (tbc)

Prof. Dr. Guido Adler, Medical Director of the University clinic Heidelberg, Germany (tbc)

Prof. Runo Axelson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Mr. Evert Jan van Lente, AOK Germany

Mr. Helmut Hildebrandt, CEO OptiMedis AG & Gesundes Kinzigtal GmbH & Board BMC

Dr. Hindrik Vondeling, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark

Dr. Peter Berchtold, President Forum Managed Care & University of Bern Med. School, Switzerland

Dr. Christoph Straub, Chairman, Barmer-GEK, Germany

Dr. Albert Alonso, Innovation Directorate of Hospital Clinic, Spain

Mr. Karl Heinz Schönbach, AOK-Bundesverband, Germany

Dr. Nick Goodwin, King’s Fund London

Prof. Steinhagen-Thiessen, Charité – Universitätsmedizin, Germany

Dr. Jason Cheah, AIC, Singapore

Dr Bernhard Gibis, KBV, Germany

Prof. Magda Rosenmoller, IESE Spain

Prof. Guus Schrijvers, IFIC, The Netherlands

Prof. Dominique Somme, Rennes University, France

Prof. Dr. Joachim Szecsenyi, University Heidelberg

German politician (under discussion)


Register using the website for the ong>Internationalong>

Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) at

Early Bird Fee available until January 31 st , 2013.


EARLY BIRD € 395.00 € 295.00

NORMAL FEES € 495.00 € 395.00

For more information about the ong>Conferenceong> or about

sponsoring opportunities contact Caroline Downey at

Call for Abstracts

Submit your abstract using the IFIC website

Open from: November 15 th , 2012

Deadline: January 31 st , 2013

Organizing Committee

Guus Schrijvers, Lourdes Ferrer, IFIC

Evert Jan van Lente, AOK-Bundesverband

Joachim Szecsenyi, University Heidelberg

Helmut Hildebrandt, Volker Amelung, Bundesverband Managed Care (BMC)

Dominique Somme, University of Rennes

Clarine Sies, Julius Academy, University Utrecht

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