Dr Meglic is an internationally recognised Public Health Informatics expert turned manager with broad base of background experience - ranging from applicative research and lecturing, funding acquisition, consulting, business administration and start-ups. He successfully manages teams of 15+ within companies and projects - each with budgets in the Mio EUR/USD range. His work is recognised by awards and invitations to speak at high-impact events. He is committed to innovate and deliver. His dedication lies in building empowered teams and provide vision and guidance to deliver measurable improvements in delivery of public health services. #epSOS #PARENT Joint Action #EPAAC Joint Action #Calliope #EXPAND #moovme.net #Imafanoflife
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Medicine 2.0'08 (Toronto, Canada)
Introduction: In general practice 12% of patients are suffering from depression, which puts depression on the second place of most common chronic diseases in primary care. Results of DEPRES study have shown that only 1,5 % are properly treated - they are either undiagnosed, receive improper treatment or discontinue treatment and are not followed-up. Several interventions improve outcome of treatment: education of staff, care management, active patient involvement including self-assessment, fo...
Medicine 2.0'09 (Toronto, Canada)
Background: At Medicine 2.0 2008 we have presented the development of web and mobile environment for process support for management of patients with depression. The environment supports participation of all actors involved in the process of integrated care (patient, care manager, general practitioner/psychiatrist, psychologist, peer). Automated analysis of self-assessment questionnaires allows for stepped-care approach employed by care manager. Objectives: The objectives of the study are to ...
Medicine 2.0'12 (Boston, USA)
Empowering Patients with Chronic Diseases
Background: Chronic diseases require most of the resources in todays healthcare systems. Healthcare systems, as such, are thus not sustainable in the long term. Solutions to this problem are needed and a lot of research is focused on finding new approaches to more sustainable healthcare systems. Different countries tackle the problem in their own ways. Mostly, they are reducing expenses and cutting costs. Ehealth holds great promises as it seems to have great potential for changing healthca...
Medicine 2.0'13 (London, UK)
Online Social Gaming for Cancer Prevention: EPAAC.eu Case Study
Background: The European Partnership for Action Against Cancer (EPAAC.eu) is the key EU cancer policy project. It connects stakeholders from the entire cancer continuum in an effort to reduce cancer burden. Part of these efforts is to improve online communication of cancer prevention messages to general public. Due to its conservative, scientifically based nature, health promotion and disease prevention messages often don’t receive enough exposure online and don’t engage people in interna...
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Journal of Medical Internet Research
Feasibility of an eHealth Service to Support Collaborative Depression Care: Results of a Pilot Study
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