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Round table lectures titled "Patient Compliance to Treatment. Rationalizing public expenditure on health, improving patients’ quality of life"

(June 21 2013)

In continuation of the 3rd  National Interdisciplinary Conference "MENTAL HEALTH AND TELEMATIC APPLICATIONS" organized by the NPO "UMBRELLA", titled: "INFORMATION - COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES & SUPPORT, MONITORING THE TREATMENT AND COMPLIANCE OF MENTAL PATIENTS", held on May 15 - 17 2013, where which PCC HELLAS hosted a round table discussion on"Patient Compliance to Treatment. Rationalizing public expenditure on health, improving patients' quality of life", please clink on the following link to watch the lectures.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs8MyWEivI4&list=PLTNrq5FXTF7rdz7LEmvXFMOIeizsPMiDy&index=21

 

 

Keynote Speakers

Vlassis Sfyroeras, former CEO at IDIKA SA, "Information technology in the service of health  - Electronic prescribing"

Vassilis Kontozamanis, Chairman, 1st Regional Healthcare Authority of Attica,  "The health services under conditions of economic crisis"

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


George Mazarakis, Managing Director PCC HELLAS, "Patient compliance to treatment: technology and benefits"

Chair: Kyriakos Souliotis, Assistant Professor of Health Policy, School of Social Sciences University of Peloponnese