OnRamp Healthcare

June 19, 2019 | USA

The OnRamp Healthcare Conference serves as a lighthouse for executives, clinicians, startups, corporations and investors who are focused on serving patients by empowering clinicians, reducing costs and increasing access to care. The conference takes a broad and honest look at the future of healthcare, highlighting innovations and new business models that address cost and inequality in the marketplace.

Spotlight

Over recent years, the quality of NHS services for people with or at risk of diabetes has improved and, as a result, so have health and care outcomes. When low rates of delivery of basic care processes and low rates of attainment of treatment goals were criticised by the National Audit Office and subsequent Public Accounts Committee Reports in the last few years, we did not know how our performance compared to other countries. In 2013, however, the Global Burden of Disease Study showed that in fact the UK has the lowest rates of early death due to diabetes of the 19 wealthy countries included in the analysis.1 Another recent publication also suggests marked reductions in excess mortality in those with diabetes in UK and Canada between 1996 and 2009.


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Spotlight

Over recent years, the quality of NHS services for people with or at risk of diabetes has improved and, as a result, so have health and care outcomes. When low rates of delivery of basic care processes and low rates of attainment of treatment goals were criticised by the National Audit Office and subsequent Public Accounts Committee Reports in the last few years, we did not know how our performance compared to other countries. In 2013, however, the Global Burden of Disease Study showed that in fact the UK has the lowest rates of early death due to diabetes of the 19 wealthy countries included in the analysis.1 Another recent publication also suggests marked reductions in excess mortality in those with diabetes in UK and Canada between 1996 and 2009.

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