Clalit Research Institute has contributed to the integrated non-communicable disease (iNCD) project in its role as a WHO Collaborating Centre, by sharing its knowledge and experience in developing and utilizing data-driven tools and evaluations for the improvement of chronic illness monitoring, care delivery, and prevention.
The final project report can be found here.
Within the context of the Global Monitoring Framework on Noncommunicable Diseases, the European Commission and the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe have collaborated with experts from Member States to track the progress of and further develop monitoring frameworks for the prevention and control of major NCDs across countries in the areas of cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic lung diseases, diabetes and their key risk factors. This project informs the comparability and availability of NCD indicators data at the local, national and international levels, while also exploring different ways information and communication technologies improve the relevance of the availability of data.
For more information on the iNCD project, click here.