By monitoring treatment outcomes, the system can save up to 40 percent in resources

In each work, performance and outcome monitoring is a basic metric by which we assess whether we have set up work processes, organization, and resource management well; equally, treatment outcomes are key criteria for the quality and effectiveness of the health system. Moreover, outcome monitoring has also proven to be the most important tool for finding savings space and a different allocation of resources in the system, to the benefit of patients and healthcare professionals. While in Scandinavia and other more developed European countries disease registries have been used since the 1970s, thanks to which we now have data on the effectiveness of timely introduction of innovative drug therapy, especially in oncological diseases and diabetes, Croatia is among the countries with the highest cardiovascular mortality. diseases and breast and prostate cancer.

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