Module 1 – Phase 1: Research projects on cross-sector care (funding providers: German Pension Insurance, National Associations of Statutory health Insurers, Association of Private Health Insurers, BMBF)
For the treatment and rehabilitation of a chronic disease, a cross-sector care is of particular importance. In Module 1, intervention and evaluation studies within three thematic fields are funded.
The effectiveness and above all the sustainability of patient information, training measures and a participatory arrangement of care must be evaluated across the care sectors. In this respect, the evaluation of benefits can encompass, in particular, new types of care concepts, but equally, existing measures can be examined.
It was ensured that the projects concern both the care sector of health insurers and that of pension insurance and consequently reach beyond the interfaces of the cost carriers. To this aim, where necessary, secondary data of various social security providers were joined together and analysed in order to evaluate the whole breadth of care.
- Health training following a stroke
- Effectiveness of manual-based target agreements in CHD patients – the CARO-PRE study
- Development and evaluation of an ICF-based patient training program for stroke patients in phases C and D
- Evaluation of a training program for patients with endometriosis (EVA study)
- Intervention in family members of alcoholics unwilling to undergo therapy according to Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT)
- Manual-based, needs-oriented psychoeducation in the acute treatment of alcoholics to improve the utilisation of further help
- Internet-based outpatient psychosocial aftercare following inpatient oncology rehabilitation: Process and outcome quality of an E-Mental-Health module.
- Participatory rehabilitation process management “Stroke in Saxony-Anhalt” (PaReSiS)
- Development and evaluation of an interactive information system for patients with chronic diseases (InfoChron)
- Patient experience as empowerment. German version of the website DIPEx with development of the modules “diabetes” and “chronic pain”
Health training following a stroke - Liepert >