Position paper on a patient-centred affordable and sustainable system for incontinence aids
Incontinence currently affects millions of Europeans and, as our populations grow older, it will touch the lives of millions more. While Member States are responsible for the funding and delivery of health services, the EU can play an important role in improving patient care in this field by embedding key principles in health systems across Europe.
The purpose of the paper is to raise awareness, initiate and facilitate constructive dialogues amongst all stakeholders including patients, clinicians, payers, policy makers, the industry, and promote efficient collaboration in finding the best potential solutions for incontinence aids.
Posted on 25.07.2017