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The patient's adherence to treatment: rationalizing public expenditure on health, improving quality of life

(May 13, 2013)

As part of our  activities, PCC HELLAS will participate in the 3rd  National Interdisciplinary Conference: "MENTAL HEALTH AND TELEMATICS APPLICATIONS" organized by the NPO "UMBRELLA".

The conference is titled: "INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - MEDIA & SUPPORT, MONITORING AND COMPLIANCE ON THE TREATMENT OF MENTAL PATIENTS", and it is organized  under the auspices of the: World Federation of Mental Health, National School of Public Health and Greek Psychiatric Association, and will be held on 15 & 17 May 2013.



Thus, on Friday, May 17, 2013 in the context: "Technology in the Service of the Mentally Ill", PCC HELLAS will host a roundtable table discussion on:


"Patient compliance to treatment. Rationalizing public expenditure on health, improving quality of life"



Friday, May 17, 2013
11:00 -12:30

Royal Olympic Hotel (Acropolis metro station)

It will be our great pleasure and honor if you attend!

 

Keynote Speakers

Vlassis Sfyroeras, former CEO IDIKA SA, "Information technology in health service - electronic prescribing"

Vassilis Kontozamanis, Commander 1st Health Region of Attica,  "Health services under conditions of economic crisis"

Kyriakos Souliotis, Assistant Professor of Health Policy, School of Social Sciences University of Peloponnese, "Electronic prescribing: a fiscal adjustment tool, or something more?"


George Mazarakis, Managing Director PCC HELLAS, "Patient compliance in their Treatment: technology and benefits"

 

Free attendance. Registration will take place during the conference.

Conference program & more information: http://obrela.gr/sinedria/3-panellinio-diepistimoniko-sinedrio/