Inciativas



Choosing Wisely Canada


Institución:
Canadian Medical Association & University of Toronto

País:
Canada

Descripción:
This initiative is “a campaign to help physicians and patients engage in conversations about unnecessary tests, treatments and procedures”. The campaign includes the participation of Canadian national specialty societies.


http://www.choosingwiselycanada.org/


Choosing Wisely Netherlands Campaign


Institución:
Dutch Association of Medical Specialists – scientific associations- ZonMw (Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development)

País:
Netherlands

Descripción:
The goal is for care professionals and patients to work together to realize quality improvement in care, while keeping costs under control. The campaign is meant to answer the question of how we can spend the ‘care euro’ as efficiently and practically as possible, especially as the cost of care continues to rise


https://www.demedischspecialist.nl/file/314/downlo ...


Choosing Wisely Italy. Doing more does not mean doing better (Fare di più non significa fare meglio)


Institución:
Slow Medicine

País:
Italy

Descripción:
“a movement of doctors, other health professionals, patients, and citizens. It aims to promote measured, respectful, and equitable care… The project’s main goal is to protect patients’ interests… not to ration healthcare for cost cutting purposes”. BMJ 2014;349:g4703


https://choosingwiselyitaly.org/en/


Too Much Medicine - theBMJ [Demasiada Medicina-TheBMJ]


Institución:
theBMJ

País:
United Kingdom

Descripción:
“The BMJ's Too Much Medicine campaign aims to highlight the threat to human health posed by overdiagnosis and the waste of resources on unnecessary care.” The campaign includes a series with publications on this topic.


http://www.bmj.com/too-much-medicine


Recomendaciones "No hacer". SemFYC [SemFYC Do not Do recommendations]


Institución:
Sociedad Española de Medicina de Familia y Comunitaria semFYC / Spanish Society of Family & Community Medicine semFYC

País:
Spain

Descripción:
Document prepared by the Spanish Society of Family Medicine & Community Health (semFYC) in order to "reduce unnecessary interventions, those that have not proven to be effective, have little or doubtful effectiveness, or are not cost effective".


http://e-documentossemfyc.es/


Cochrane Quality and Productivity topics


Institución:
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)

País:
United Kingdom

Descripción:
"identify practices that could be significantly reduced or stopped completely, releasing cash and/or resources without negatively affecting the quality of NHS care. Each topic has been derived from a Cochrane systematic review that has concluded that the evidence shows that the practice is harmful or ineffective and should not be used, or that there is insufficient evidence to support widespread"


http://www.nice.org.uk/savingsAndProductivity/coll ...