dr. (Isabelle) I.N. Fabbricotti

dr. (Isabelle) I.N. Fabbricotti

Associate Professor Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management Health Services Management & Organisation (HSMO)
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Erasmus University Rotterdam
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fabbricotti@eshpm.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

W.M. Looman, I.N. Fabbricotti, J. Blom, D. Jansen, J. Lutomski & R. Huijsman (2017). Managing frailty: exploring the effectiveness of integrated primary care interventions by distinguishing subpopulations of frail older people. International Journal of Integrated Care, 17 (5). doi: http://doi.org/10.5334/ijic.3384.

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Dr. Isabelle Fabbricotti is an associate professor of Health Services Management and Organization at the Institute of Health Policy and Management, Erasmus University. Her main field of expertise is integrated care and new care arrangements such as integrated delivery systems, care-chains and franchising. 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 holds a master degree in Health Sciences from the Erasmus University Rotterdam and a doctorate from the same institution.

Research projects

1997-2000:A comparative study on the quality of care and health care use in nursing homes and lifelong housing
1999-2000:Mergers and collaboration in the elderly care
2001-2003:The development of care chains for elderly, hip fractures, heart failure, COPD, dementia and stroke
2001-2003:The relation between the organization and outcomes of care for stroke patients
2001-2003:Disease management models for patients with COPD
2005:Quality and efficiency in the AWBZ-sector
2006:The influence of downsizing the maximum capacity in mergers in healthcare
2001-2006:Integration and fragmentation in the development of integrated care arrangements (dissertation)
2007-2008:Motives of GP-s to refer to certain hospitals and specialists
2008-2009:Networks in Eye care
2007-2010:The advantages, disadvantages and outcomes of accreditation in the Mental Health Sector
2009-current:Franchising in health care
2010-current:The evaluation of the Walcheren Integrated Care Model, a preventive and comprehensive integrated model for frail elderly
2013-current:The evaluation of integrated care models for dementia