Second Programme of Community action in the Field of Health 2008-2013
European Health Management Association Limited [EHMA _FY2012]
EHMA`s aim is to improve the quality and build the capacity of health management across the European region. As EHMA`s statutes state, the Association seeks to "improve health management and health po...
EHMA`s aim is to improve the quality and build the capacity of health management across the European region. As EHMA`s statutes state, the Association seeks to "improve health management and health policies through the development and exchange of both ideas and practices among academics, researchers, managers, clinicians, policy makers and consumers throughout Europe."
EHMA structures its vision under multiannual, strategic areas which underpin each year`s workplan: Quality and Inclusion in health and healthcare; Innovation in health management; and Sustainable Health Systems; underpinned in all three areas by Leadership and Knowledge Transfer.
1. Quality and Inclusion: We aim to support high quality healthcare for all service users, led by outstanding managers, supported by appropriate policy frameworks and underpinned by the best available research.
2. Innovation: We want to see innovative health management and research that thinks radically about service provision and public health for the good of all citizens.
3. Sustainable health systems: We want to see health systems equipped to respond to current and future challenges in a way that safeguards health for all.
> Leadership: Leadership is key to EHMA`s work. In the health domain leadership is not only essential in driving change but to maintaining high standards in service delivery. Leadership also increases health management capacity through setting direction and strategy.
> Knowledge Transfer: developing innovative approaches to knowledge transfer is a critical issue in European healthcare, both between different countries or regions, and between practice, policy and research communities. Through knowledge transfer EHMA aims to support the dialogue between researchers and policy makers, and policy makers and health managers. The ultimate goal is to support development of both practice and policy agendas through dialogue.
Start date: 01/01/2012 - End date: 01/01/2013
Call: Generate And Disseminate Health Information And Knowledge (Hi-2010)