1.- Diagnosis (D): Identify people who have a diagnosis corresponding to one of the rare diseases described, or are under study or suspicion of having it. This identification immediately entails the safeguarding of this information in the doctor’s own system of consultation (Primary Care data base on paper or computer application)
2.- Information (I): Provide basic information and patient support, based on existing resources in patient organizations and administration.
3.- Coordination (C): Contribute to the care coordination that each patient demands, establishing the necessary links between the primary care physician and the medical service specialist of that disease.
4.- Epidemiology (E): Provide information to the health system on the dimensions of the problem, facilitating that the patient can be add to the registry of people with rare diseases of the ISCIII and contributing to the investigation through the donation of a blood sample for the biobank of ISCIII.
THIS WAY BASIC OBJECTIVES WILL BE COVERED TO FACILITATE PATIENT CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT, WHILE WE WILL BE ABLE TO TURN THIS FACET OF PRIMARY CARE IN AN EXPORTABLE ASSISTANCE MODEL TO THE REST OF EUROPE