During last year, Open Evidence and empirica have carried out the MAFEIP study that is now coming to its end. In this context we established contacts with different organisations within the scope of the EIP on AHA and far beyond with the objective of creating a growing MAFEIP user community that can take advantage of the tool and provide valuable contributions for its further improvement and spread. These interactions have allowed to carry out several use cases. These use cases provide the analysis of the health and economic outcomes achieved in a variety of social and technological interventions, some of which were conducted in different Actions Groups of the EIP on AHA.
- CareWell MAFEIP Use Case
- Renewing Health MAFEIP Use Case
- Reduction of Risk of Falling MAFEIP Use Case
- Teleswallowing MAFEIP Use Case
- Kinesis QTUG™ MAFEIP Use Case
- Therapeutic Guideline (TG) for treatment of Dementia MAFEIP Use Case
- United4Health MAFEIP Use Case
- MasterMind Aragón MAFEIP Use Case
- MasterMind cCVC Badalona Serveis Assistencials MAFEIP Use Case
- MasterMind cCBT Badalona Serveis Assistencials MAFEIP Use Case
- VPH-OP MAFEIP Use Case
- VPH-DARE@IT MAFEIP Use Case
- MD-Paedigree MAFEIP Use Case
- BeyondSilos Badalona Serveis Assistencials MAFEIP Use Case
This has been made possible thanks to the proactive collaboration of users coming from a diverse range of institutions such as regional governments, industrial representatives (SMEs and large companies), organisations from academia and research institutions in the health sector. Examples of innovative interventions analysed with MAFEIP include novel ICT tools necessary to integrate care pathways across organisations and locations, technology scenarios for improved dementia care management, device for improved fall risk assessment, internet based depression therapy, tele-monitoring system for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD, among others.
Most importantly, the use cases permitted the Open Evidence research team to establish a fruitful collaboration and mutual learning environment with the users that will lead to the release of MAFEIP 2.0 version including a number of relevant upgrades (to be released by the end of 2017).
Within the framework of the WE4AHA project we will continue working on the refinement of the tool and the consolidation of the user community until 2020.