Consensus to “vote” health policies

Health consensus introduced a breakthrough in health policy participation, allowing thousands of professionals to come along regardless of geographical, and time limitations.

 

In 2012 the Department of Health launched a strategic plan spanning from 2011 to 2015, and as part of the strategic planning validation and monitoring, a collective priority setting and prediction was designed to increase the reach and diversity of participation through a collective intelligence methodology.

Aggregated prediction for all health policy 
Stratified results
 

Leader

Catalan Health Department

Challenge

  • Manage the collective participation of a large group of people.
  • User-friendly app to facilitate participation without any further instruction.

Our Contribution

  • Participation in the design of the questionnaire.
  • Development and implementation of a comprehensive online consensus tool allowing the participation of a wide range of professionals.

Results

A total of 1,217 out of the original 3,616 participants filled the entire set of requirements to take part to the collective health policymaking process.

 

3600 Participants

54 Questions

4 Policy groups

Related Publications

Poster presented at Collective intelligence conference 2014 (MIT, Boston-USA)
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Martí T., Monguet, J. M., Trejo, A., Escarrabill, J., & Beitia, C.
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Consensus to “vote” health policies was last modified: March 28th, 2017 by Onsanity Solutions