The REACH toolkit approach explained

23-05-19 Rongbo Hu 0 comment

The REACH toolkit approach guides practical tailoring of solutions that create value for end-users, care providers and payers alike. It does so through the combination, integration and adaptation/re-design of its elements towards the different contexts of different countries, different payment and reimbursement structures (e.g., insurance or tax-based), specific use case settings and processes, and most importantly, individual end-user needs and capabilities. (SK/Schön Klinik, HUG/Geneva Hospital, ZZ/ZuidZorg, Lyngby/Lyngby Municipality). In this context, REACH also demonstrates its superior ability to integrate (e.g. integration of Touchpoints 2 and 4 with CARP), cross-integrate (e.g. Touchpoint 2 works both with Philips HSDP and DTU CARP), share and interchange its elements (e.g. several Touchpoints share standard elements that were to a certain extent adapted to the use case setting) and co-create (REACH considers the ability to identify, add and design/develop new case specific elements for each use case setting as essential to achieve valuable and acceptable solutions).

In the following, we give an overview of the solutions and the overall scenarios (setting, target group and geriatric/medical goal, composition, proof of concept and testing) we developed for each use case setting based on the REACH toolkit and the above-outlined capabilities of the REACH consortium.

REACH toolkit

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