Defining the role of the patient, objective of SEDISA and SEFH

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SEDISA and SEFH have shared the objective of defining the role of the patient.

The Spanish Society of Health Managers (SEDISA) and the Spanish Society of Hospital Pharmacy (SEFH) have held the III SEDISA-SEFH Conference ‘Together in Change Management’ in which they have opted for a change in quality and efficiency jointly to guarantee the improvement of health management.

During the welcome, Jose Sotopresident of SEDISA, has highlighted the role of the hospital pharmacist: “It is necessary to involve them in the new challenges that health is facing in order to ensure that the entire team works in the same direction with a common objective, a better health management“.

“The hospital without walls, the paradigm of not doing, the competencies of the profile of the head of the Hospital Pharmacy Service and the PROAs -continued José Soto- are just some of the issues in which hospital pharmacists and health managers must continue to work as a team towards quality and management efficiency in the hospital setting. Undoubtedly, a priority for the sustainability of the health system and as a key piece for the reorganization of processes around the patient“.

For his part, Olga Delgado has opted for “sharing the challenges that are common to us in health and healthcare, such as defining the role of the patient and the focus on health results, through the development and use of the technology and professional alliances.

During the first table of the day, Carlos BibianoEmergency coordinator at the Infanta Leonor University Hospital in Madrid, explained that the ‘hospital without walls’ or the ‘hospital at home’ is an initiative that will be essential in the coming years, “to achieve this we must have three clear concepts: give worth to the patient and the professional; that technology It is not a new way of doing medicine, but we have to do medicine in another way, using technology, it does not replace it; and finally that this initiative contributes sustainability to the health system.”

Medication deprescription: paradigm of not doing

At the second table of the day, candle street, General Director of the Fundació Sant Francesc d’Assís and Member of the Board of Directors of SEDISA, has focused her speech on the importance of leadership and good governance to plan knowledge management strategies in institutions. “Professionals have to design clinical practice guidelines that in turn are supported by computer programs that collect information to make decisions. In addition, they must have commissions for discussion and consensus and make decisions based on value, also being very important the ability to relate, as partners, with the representatives of the pharmaceutical industry“.

Olatz Ibarrahead of the Pharmacy Service of the Hospital de Galdakao in Bilbao and member of the SEFH, has highlighted the most important value of the project that marks a roadmap for the professional development of the head of service towards professionalization of his figure, “which will surely revert to better health care for the patient due to the values ​​we contribute”. This Competence Map, which was born from the need to professionalize the figure of the Pharmacy service manager at the hands of SEDISA, integrates a series of transversal competences in relation to people management, integrity, people development and decision making among others and within the framework of continuous learning.

“Regarding the technical skills associated with the profession, I would highlight the commitment of share drug knowledge, patient orientation with strategies of humanization, transparency, information and measurement of the patient’s experience as the main axis. As well as orientation to results and sustainability, promoting multidisciplinary work and with a comprehensive vision”, concluded Olatz Ibarra.

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