The increasing demand for and supply of healthcare services is placing the sustainability of our healthcare system under pressure. At the same time, we expect greater impact and quality for the patient. We will need to implement fundamental changes to make our healthcare more sustainable, more affordable and more patient-oriented.
The Value-Based Healthcare (VBHC) concept, introduced by Michael Porter, provides an alternative approach to organising our healthcare system. VBHC advocates the measurement of value, defined as offsetting the healthcare outcomes delivered against the costs incurred, and subsequently making this transparent.
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Within your organisation, you will encounter various issues with respect to VBHC:
Can you see that the time is right for monitoring, control and funding with respect to healthcare outcomes, so that quality is also rewarded?
Is the healthcare offered to certain patient groups now too fragmented, and are you looking for the best way to provide the right care in the right place, both within your organisation and regionally?
Would you like to work with Value-Based Healthcare in your hospital, but you’re looking for the best way to get this under way throughout the whole organisation?
Vintura supports healthcare institutions with these types of questions in four ways:
A good start is essential. Once the desired goal is clear, the VBHC implementation can begin.
Pharmaceutical companies are under continuous pressure to show the (real-world) value of their products. To achieve the best results for patients, providing the right medication is not sufficient. Rather, each patient will need to receive the right care, at the right time, at the right place, resulting in the right patient outcome.
Services and solutions can help patients better manage their own disease (and health!) and improve treatment adherence. Pharmaceutical companies are taking an increasingly broader role in the care pathway as well as outcomes measurement to achieve the best treatment outcomes and demonstrate the value of their products. The role of pharma companies is changing from a product supplier role to a healthcare partner role.
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Together we will create an appropriate strategic agenda, in which Value-Based Healthcare is not an end in itself, but a proven tool for achieving better patient outcomes for the same or lower costs. We recognize that training is an important part of this, on the one hand to create awareness, and on the other to have ambassadors who provide broad support in the organisation.
Co-creation is an absolute must in VBHC. We bring together relevant stakeholders from different disciplines in order to remove functional silos in a constructive way and to create outcome-oriented care cycles, together with healthcare providers both within and outside of the hospital. We facilitate healthcare managers in the design of chain collaboration and also create a connection to pharmaceutical providers and health insurers in order to jointly improve patient care and arrive at outcome-oriented financing.
Would you like to work with Value-Based Healthcare in your hospital, but you’re looking for the best way to get this underway throughout the whole organisation?
How to make VBHC manageable within your organisation and to overcome the main hurdles in implementing VBHC? In the report ‘VBHC: working together’, we share the lessons learned in how to overcome the main barriers.
We present you a comprehensive piece of work that provides an integral view on the applicability of VBHC in general, with specific deep-dives into elderly care and pharma. Theory, concepts and general observations are accompanied by a selection of latest real life case studies to make a direct link to practice. For readability, each chapter starts with an impressive Executive Summary infographic.