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Health Service Executive, Ireland. Department of Health. (2013) eHealth Strategy for Ireland. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

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The purpose of the strategy is to provide an outline of eHealth and demonstrate how the individual citizen, the Irish healthcare delivery systems - both public and private - and the economy as a whole will benefit from eHealth. It shows how the proper introduction and utilisation of eHealth will ensure;
» The patient is placed at the centre of the healthcare delivery system and becomes an empowered participant in the provision and pursuit of their health and wellbeing.
» The successful delivery of health systems reform and the associate structural, financial and service changes planned.
» The realisation of health service efficiencies including optimum resource utilisation.
» Ireland’s healthcare system can respond to the challenge defined by the EU task force report - Redesigning health in Europe for 2020 - to ensure that in the future all EU citizens have access to a high level of healthcare, anywhere in the Union, and at a reasonable cost to our healthcare systems.
» The potential of eHealth as a driver for economic growth and development can be realised. The strategy identifies a set of objectives to be achieved and proposes a roadmap for their implementation within an outcomes-based delivery model.
It outlines a proposed governance and delivery structure and defines a specific set of actions that address areas such as funding, resources, stakeholder engagement among others, and also looks at an initial set of priority eHealth projects.


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
Irish-related, Report
Drug Type
All substances
Intervention Type
Policy
Date
2013
Pages
80 p.
Publisher
Health Service Executive
Corporate Creators
Health Service Executive, Ireland. Department of Health
Place of Publication
Dublin
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