The healthcare sector is an exciting and dynamic field in which much can be achieved. It is also a complex field. The work we do as healthcare consultants is challenging and makes a real impact. We work on solving hugely complex dilemmas, which is why we set such high standards for our consultants. Do you have a desire to do meaningful work? Find out if we’re looking for you.
Vintura supports hospitals in the Netherlands and pharmaceutical companies across Europe in optimising the healthcare they provide to patients. Our approach is based on the Value-Based Healthcare (VBHC) concept: a framework for restructuring healthcare systems with the overarching goal of value for patients – a value which must be improved on an ongoing basis. VBHC puts into practice our mission of ‘Creating meaningful impact in healthcare together’. Indeed, we are deeply committed to promoting VBHC and to implementing it industry-wide, both in the Netherlands and elsewhere.
Connecting and improving
The Vintura approach is based on combining our know-how and experience with that of our clients: a process we refer to as ‘connecting and improving’. This strategy delivers added value for all parties involved: we and our clients learn valuable lessons, and the solutions generated through co-creation are both widely supported and sustainable. Vintura’s company motto also happens to be ‘Connecting and Improving’. We maintain an open and transparent culture, we work (and have fun) together and we all share the drive to continue growing and developing. We consider personal development to be every bit as important as professional development.
Consultancy requires strong people skills
We would like to introduce you to the people of Vintura and the challenging projects they take on for Dutch and European clients operating in healthcare and life sciences.
If all this sounds appealing to you, I would like to invite you to come over to our office for a chat any time! Please send your cover letter to email@example.com or phone Bas Amesz on +31 6 51 08 09 35.
- Désirée van der Heide: “connecting and improving internationally
- Sharon Koenen: ‘The work we do has real impact’
- Mark Tolboom and Lidewey Verbaas: ‘Improving healthcare is a team effort’
- Fiona Suwandy: ‘You don’t stop after the strategy phase here’
- Tim Widdershoven: ”Admitting that you can’t do everything yourself’