The FPC programme aims to enable patients to effectively self-manage their chronic diseases in partnership with their primary care providers. This involves the development of a national telehealth platform and the incorporation of technologies that enable effective and sustainable home management.
The IGH programme strives to deliver sustainable acute-to-community care by consolidating care at hospital settings and improving shared care between hospital and community settings. Pilots set out to inform approaches that address fragmentation, a growing area of relevance with the increasing prevalence of patients with multiple needs.
The InHealth programme focuses on novel strategies to a) improve health, b) promote and sustain behaviour change and c) prevent the onset and progression of disease amongst the population.
The DST programme aspires to improve health outcomes by deploying innovative technologies to transform the way healthcare is delivered. These technologies are driven by clinical, lifestyle, social, and environmental data assets, among others, collected both within the clinic and beyond.
COPED builds on existing strengths in the areas of communications, media, branding and outreach; as well as collaborations with partners to drive community-based, user-centred research to design solutions.