External publications

Patient-centric outcomes at the foundation of care: insights for healthcare executives
2021

Patient-centric outcomes at the foundation of care: insights for healthcare executives

An explanatory review article on value-based healthcare (VBHC). This paper provides a thorough background to VBHC, explaining the benefits of VBHC, the leading economic models, and the implementation...
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EU Health Systems Post-Pandemic: Delivering Care to Patients at the Right Place and Time
2021

EU Health Systems Post-Pandemic: Delivering Care to Patients at the Right Place and Time

A Friends of Europe report, with recommendations on how to optimise delivery of care to patients The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly been a challenging burden for healthcare systems across Europe....
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Harnessing data for better cancer care
2021

Harnessing data for better cancer care

The report assesses the essential role of data in cancer care to improve outcomes for all people with cancer. It offers policymakers, care providers, patients and decision-makers a forward-looking vie...
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Patient-Reported Outcome Measures – an International Comparison
2021

Patient-Reported Outcome Measures – an International Comparison

Healthcare quality is predominantly assessed using clinical or process indicators such as blood pressure or mortality rates, with the patient perspective often missing. Patient-Reported Outcome Measur...
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The new strategic agenda for value transformation
2021

The new strategic agenda for value transformation

The model for value-based healthcare introduced in 2006 by Porter and Teisberg is still relevant, but it is incomplete. Porter and Teisberg put a strong focus on measuring outcomes, but how to use the...
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Value-based Healthcare: The answer to our future health challenges? The sense and non-sense of VBHC today, with recommendations for tomorrow
2021

Value-based Healthcare: The answer to our future health challenges? The sense and non-sense of VBHC today, with recommendations for tomorrow

We live in a strongly ageing society in which the demand for care is growing and changing, while the number of people who can provide that care is not increasing correspondingly. High-quality innovati...
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