Innovation Fund project TRANSLATE-NAMSE
Staff members of the Institute of Public Health evaluate the Innovation Fund project TRANSLATE-NAMSE under the direction of Prof. Tobias Kurth together with the Center for Evidence-Based Health Research Dresden.
The project aims to improve the care of people with rare diseases.
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Scientific evaluation of the Innovation Fund project TRANSLATE-NAMSE
Nine centers for rare diseases at university hospitals in Germany have joined forces to implement individual central measures from the National Action Plan for People with Rare Diseases (NAPSE). The project is supported by the statutory health insurers AOK Nordost and BARMER, as well as the Alliance of Chronic Rare Diseases (ACHSE e.V.).
The evaluation of the measures is conducted by the Center for Evidence-Based Health Care at the Technical University of Dresden and by staff of the Institute of Public Health for the project partner Berlin School of Public Health.
The common goal is to ensure that the measures implemented are adopted in standard care in the future. The centers have set up and networked in such a way that they complement each other in terms of expertise and are distributed nationwide.