The C.R.E.A. Sanità consortium’s activities can be grouped in the following key areas:

Below is an overview of the C.R.E.A. Sanità’s main projects:

  • Healthcare Report: this annual project was launched in 2003 with the twofold aim of disseminating the results of our activities in the fields of healthcare economics, policies and management and, at the same time, providing markers that can be used to evaluate the performance of the healthcare sector and its future prospects. As part of this project an annual report is published, available on paper and online.
  • Performance of Regional Health Services: established in 2013, this project aims to develop a participative method to use in the production of an annual evaluation of the performance of Regional Health Services, synthetizing the values that various stakeholders attribute to different outcome indicators. Each year, the results obtained are set out in an online report.
  • Master in Healthcare Economics and Management: Master’s Degree at the Department of Economics and Finance (DEF) of the Tor Vergata University, in agreement with the Consortium; the Master’s programme uses a blended e-learning teaching method (which combines a mix of classroom teaching and distance learning), with a view to providing and updating the theoretical and practical competences useful in healthcare management, in both the public and private sectors. The 2015 programme covers the following areas of expertise:
  • clinical management;
  • administration management;
  • primary care coordination;
  • the regulatory framework for the pharmaceutical and medical devices sector;
  • planning and HTA;
  • safety, environment and quality in healthcare.
  • Sanidata Norme: a monitoring unit of the regulatory framework for regional healthcare services, which conducts analyses and prepares dossiers based on the regional healthcare inspectorate’s own database relating to the regulatory environment.
  • Sanidata Numeri: a database that collects, integrates and processes available statistical healthcare information, at international, national and regional levels; access (which requires prior registration) is organised so as to enable information to be retrieved ‘hierarchically’ by subject area, or by research method and downloaded in the form of tables containing statistical indicators, graphs and background information.