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Amsterdam, December 11, 2006 - A Health Transfer System that encourages insurers to invest in prevention programs. It takes only two tonnes per year and leads to better health. Self-management programs for chronically ill patients to prevent the disease worsens. Across the country separate treatment for the chronically ill. These are the main recommendations from the report "Recipe for tomorrow. A fresh look at improving care for chronically ill "that the National Foundation think tank today at 14.00 hours presents the ING House in Amsterdam.

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The first copy is handed over to the Vice-President of the Dutch Zorgautoriteit Cathy van Beek. In addition to Mrs. Van Beek is a large number of representatives from the health field in the Netherlands present.

In 2006, the national think-tank research to care for the chronically ill in the Netherlands. An aging population, the coming years the cost and use of strong employment, increasing the accessibility and quality of care under pressure. The study in particular looked at the possibility that task rescheduling and disease management to provide care for the chronically ill to improve.

Specifically, we looked to four chronic diseases: depression, heart failure, COPD and osteoarthritis. On the basis of more than 150 interviews and extensive literature study is an analysis of the main bottlenecks and promising areas in the treatment process of these diseases. These issues are grouped into four areas: prevention, process optimization, transparency and innovation dissemination. These areas form the basis for the advice.

Good care begins with prevention: The National Think Tank recommends that a Health Transfer system that encourages insurers to invest in prevention programs, while avoiding the risk that this investment is lost when an insured switches insurers. Introduction of the Health Transfer will encourage insurers to invest in prevention programs. These investments will pay for a higher level of health. It is estimated that 850,000 single euro needed for the system to boot. The maintenance will cost about 200,000 euros per year.

For patients who already are sick, self-management programs should be offered. These programs prevent worsening of the disease, reduce the use of care by shifting responsibility to the patient and lead to cost reductions.

The treatment process can also be improved. The first think tank to advise the primary care centers according to the principle of ALINE to establish where the most chronically ill patients can be treated. ALINE is a new think tank by the thought, concept. These are multi-disciplinary care, all care that chronically ill people need in 1 organization and by job reallocation and shift the care efficient and effective organization.

These are three examples of opinions. On www.national-denktank.nl all opinions displayed. The think tank has deliberately opted for a practical impact, the advice is practical and can be directly gemplementeerd by relevant parties. Each opinion, the think tank to which the leading role it should play.

The think tank National Foundation is a non-profit organization that aims, the cooperation between government, industry and knowledge institutions. The National Think Tank is characterized by a fresh multi-disciplinary approach leading to new insights and innovative ideas. In 2006, the think tank focused on how the Netherlands, in the light of an aging population, care for chronic illness at an acceptable level to

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