Current Projects

ACD

The research project “Accountable Care in Germany” aims to improve the coordination of care between physicians involved in the treatment by moderated network meetings and feeding back information about the cooperation. Click here to read further information about the project.

ATP Arztnetze

The research project “ATP Physician Networks - Division of Labor and Performance of Empirical and Organized Networks in the Ambulatory Care Sector in Germany” aims to analyze the division of labor and the performance in organized networks in comparison to the regular supply of healthcare in Germany. Click here to read further information about the project.

Cardiolotse

The research project “Cardiolotse” targets patients suffering from chronic heart disease. The new healthcare model aims at improving follow-up treatment after a hospital stay. Click here to read further information about the project.

 

FLS-CARE

In the research project “Fracture-Liaison-Service“ (FLS-CARE) multidisciplinary networks are built in order to establish an integrated care approach and to close the prevention gap for patients suffering from a fragility hip fracture. The main objective is to prevent osteoporosis-related secondary hip fractures. Click here to read further information about the project.

FOR2723

Being part of the DFG research group “FOR2723” the Chair of Health Economics analyzes social inequalities in the use of health care services within children and adolescents. Click here to read further information about the project.
 

ImPuls

The research project „ImPuls: Strong Psyche by Motivation and Exercise” evaluates the cost-effectiveness and cost-utility-ratio of a behavior-therapeutic exercise program for patients with mental disorders. Click here to read further information about the project.

 

KIPeriOP

The project "KIPeriOP - AI-Augmented Perioperative Clinical Decision Support" aims to improve the perioperative quality of care by means of a guideline-based clinical decision support software. Click here to read further information about the project.

 

MobilE-ARTH

The research project „MobilE-ARTH" aims to improve ambulaty care of patients with gonarthrosis and coxarthrosis. To this end, a set of evidence based quality indicators will be compiled and computed on the basis of routinely collected claims data. Click here to read further information about the project.

Pfad

The project „Patterns of Utilization ‒ Analysis of Empiric Patient Pathways and Consultation of Insured Persons" aims to analyze empiric patient pathways of four selected diseases based on routine data. Click here to read further information about the project.

 

Making SDM a Reality

The research project “Making SDM a Reality” comprises a full implementation of shared decision making processes in hospitals and aims to improve the communication between physicians and patients and to strengthen the patients‘ health competence. Click here to read further information about the project. 
 

SOG

The Orthopaedic Clinic of the University of Regensburg leads the project "Special Orthopaedic Geriatrics (SOG)", which is funded by the Innovation Fund of the Federal Joint Committee (G-BA). The target is to increase the quality of care and to remedy existing care deficits of orthopaedic patients with concomitant geriatric diseases. Click here to read further information about the project. 

 

TEMPiS – GÖA

The research project “TEMPiS – GÖA” evaluates the cost-effectiveness- and cost-utility-ratio of a mobile intervention team used in the treatment of ischemic stroke patients in rural areas. The patients are approached by helicopter and the mobile intervention team operates since 2018 in the southeast of Bavaria. Click here to read further information about the project.
 

WirtMed

In the “WirtMed-Study" new procedures are being developed and tested, with which the associations of statutory health insurance physicians and the statutory health insurance can examine the efficiency and quality of drug prescriptions in future and control them in a meaningful way. Click here to read further information about the project.