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V REDISSEC Meeting: The future of Health Services Research in Spain

After four years of work, the Health Services Research on Chronic Patients Network debates its role on the development of a sustainable Health System oriented to the Health challenges of the XXI century.

As customary since REDISSEC was set up in 2013, the members of the Network will meet up on October the 26th, at the Ernest Lluch Hall of the Health Institute Carlos III in Madrid, from 10:00 to 17:00, to debate about current issues in Health Services Research (HSR) and to present some of the collaborative results of the network along the last year.

Unlike previous years, the meeting will have as main focus the debate of the role of HSR in Spain as informant on how to develop a sustainable health system oriented to the challenges of the XXI century.

The international perspective will be provided by Niek Klazinga in the inaugural conference, where the role of HSR in the design and assessment of Health Policies in other settings will be addressed, and the national perspective will be provided by members of institutions related to Health Services Research such as Agencies for Health Technology Assessment, Research Networks such as REDISSEC and other agents of the Science System, whose role is to create useful knowledge to the health system. 

During the Meeting, as on other occasions, the groups of REDISSEC will present results of ongoing projects, whose aims are to assess how the Spanish Health System is answering to the challenge of chronicity, and how effective and efficient are different health interventions in our country. 

Hence, the V REDISSEC will be focused on bringing international experiences of HSR, on reflecting about where it goes and where we want HSR to go in our country, and in summary, on contributing in the design of priorities of HSR in Spain.

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