As the European population ages and incidences of chronic disease and co-morbidities increase, it puts greater pressure on healthcare services. We need to create more efficient and sustainable healthcare systems that deliver real value for patients.
Value-based healthcare (VBHC) aims to do just that. Rather than focusing on process, VBHC targets the outcomes that make the biggest difference to patients, while driving cost efficiencies within health services.
Implementing Value-Based Healthcare in Europe: Handbook for Pioneers
VBHC provides a methodology for measurable health and care outcomes that make the biggest difference to patients, while driving cost efficiencies within health services.
The EIT Health handbook and framework explores insights from pioneers in the field and defines the key steps critical to implementing VBHC in health services. Directed by Professor Gregory Katz, Chair of Innovation & Value in Health at the University of Paris School of Medicine, it aims to help health care providers fully realise the opportunity presented by VBHC and drive forward a medical culture shift in Europe.
Early Diagnostics: Shaping Healthcare and Society Through New Technologies
Innovation in early diagnostics allows the development and utilisation of solutions that will enable earlier identification and treatment of diseases, and even prevention. This report outlines the growth and opportunities afforded to us by moving towards higher implementation of early diagnostics to support the sustainability of healthcare systems.
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Optimising Innovation Pathways
Innovative ideas, products and services often require new approaches to help them to reach patients and citizens. We’re identifying the barriers and opportunities now, to streamline innovation pathways and speed-up market entry for emerging solutions.
Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
AI provides huge potential to remodel healthcare. We’re focusing on the changes needed to fully embrace AI; from workforce efficiency to healthcare organisation and system integration.
Using Big Data to Improve Healthcare
Health data now comprises large and complex digital datasets. By meticulously collecting and managing data securely, we can gain profound insight into diseases, which will improve healthcare in many ways.