September 11 Johan Hjertqvist held the keynote lecture at the Warsaw WORKSHOP ON SOCIAL DIALOGUE No. 5, titled “Health care system that makes patients satisfied – financing of system and services“. His presentation is available at our website. The conference is organized in the framework of „Together for Health” project, which is co-financed under the EU Operational […]
There are significant gaps between evidence-based measures for secondary prevention and actual practice. Most European countries lack a comprehensive national action plan on cardio-vascular disease (CVD) with targets for secondary prevention of CVD. These are some key findings from the study published by the Health Consumer Powerhouse (HCP) August 26, 2017 at the European Society […]
As the take-up of HCP indices grows, governments and health business start understanding that they can gain from supporting the development of open performance comparisons. June 15 HCP president Johan Hjertqvist will present the HCP activities in a workshop in Beijing, hosted by the Dutch Embassy in China. The steady Dutch top position in the […]
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See Arne commenting the Irish results in EHCI 2016 at 12.50 in the clip below.
The EHCI, started in 2005, is the leading comparison for assessing the performance of national healthcare systems in 35 countries. The EHCI analyses national healthcare on 48 indicators, looking into areas such as Patient Rights and Information, Access to Care, Treatment Outcomes, Range and Reach of Services, Prevention and use of Pharmaceuticals. Download the report […]
The Euro Heart Index (EHI) 2016 provides a ranking of cardiovascular healthcare systems in 30 countries across four key areas: Prevention, Procedures, Access to care and Outcomes, measured on 31 indicators. The maximum points achievable are 1 000. The 2016 edition is a follow up of the 2008 EHI. The Index is constructed from public […]
The Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI) 2015 is the ninth study made by Health Consumer Powerhouse Ltd. (HCP) on healthcare systems in 35 European countries. Since 2006 this comparison of key values in healthcare, taking the patient and consumer point of view, has improved the understanding of European healthcare, empowered patients and helped addressing weaknesses. […]