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Isabelle Fabbricotti is Professor of Integrated Care at the research group Health Services Management and Organization at the Institute of Health Policy & Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her main field of expertise is integrated care and new care arrangements such as integrated delivery systems, and integrated care-chains. Fabbricotti has extensive experience with the evaluation of large-scale, complex, and multidisciplinary interventions. She is and has been involved in experimental and intervention-focused studies in the field of care for the (frail) elderly, dementia, stroke, COPD and hip fractures. She received the Prof. Dr. Burema prize for a comparative study into the quality of care and the consumption of care in old people’s homes, nursing homes and homes suited to all ages. Fabbricotti is also involved in research on the relationship between patients, formal and informal caregivers, medical leadership and the use of ICT and eHealth to improve care delivery, and the quality of care. She was project leader of the work package of the experiment of the Horizon 2020 ACCRA-project, a project on the agile cocreation of robotics for older persons. In her research she uses qualitative, quantitative and mix-methods designs as well as co-creation designs. Fabbricotti holds a master degree in Health Sciences from the Erasmus University Rotterdam and a doctorate from the same institution.



Social Trials: The effect of the Social Approach Dementia: a Comparative Case study



ACCRA: Agile Co-Creation of Robots for Ageing (Horizon 2020)



Fact Finding Integrated Care Colombia



Referral patterns for eyecare



Medical Leadership



The evaluation of the long term effects of the Walcheren Integrated Care Model, a preventive and comprehensive integrated model for frail elderly



The effect of an integrated care model for persons with dementia



The effect of screening in integrated care models for vulnerable elderly



The evaluation of the effects of the Walcheren Integrated Care Model, a preventive and comprehensive integrated model for frail elderly



The advantages, disadvantages and outcomes of accreditation in the Mental Health Sector



Franchising in healthcare 



Networks in eye care



Motives of general practitioners to refer to certain hospitals and specialists



The influence of downsizing the maximum capacity in mergers in healthcare



Taking care of integrated care



Quality and efficiency in the AWBZ-sector



Diseasemanagement models for patients with COPD



The relation between the organization and outcomes of care for stroke patients



Transcompartimental experiments: The development of care chains for elderly, patients with hip fractures, heart failure, COPD, dementia and stroke



Mergers and collaboration in elderly care



A comparative study on the quality of care and health care use in nursing homes and lifelong housing

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being


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