Marije Hagendijk Msc, Nina Zipfel PhD, Sylvia van der Burg-Vermeulen MD PhD, Philip van der Wees PhD, Jan Hoving PhD, Marijke Melles PhD, Ersen Colkesen MD PhD, Carel Hulshof MD PhD.
Picture on the left: Marije Hagendijk, PhD student Value@WORK project.
Picture on the right: Nina Zipfel, postdoc researcher Value@WORK project.
Value-based healthcare is a concept, developed by Porter and Teisberg (2006), as the remedy for the ever increasing costs, and existing inefficiency in healthcare systems. The VBHC concept focusses on maximizing the value for clients, promoting a client-centered healthcare system. However, the implementation of the principles of the VBHC concept within occupational health is new ground. That is why the Value@WORK project focusses on developing a work-focused healthcare network with includes insurance physicians and identifying work-related outcomes most relevant for patients.
Bron afbeelding: Porter, M. E., & Lee, T. H. (2013). The strategy that will fix health care. Harvard business review, 91(12), 24-24.
The aim of the research is to determine value within insurance medicine. To determine this value, research is important to identify the opportunities and challenges to implement the principles of the VBHC concept within the practice of insurance medicine, the definition of a minimal set of work-related outcomes and the set-up of a work-related healthcare network. The focus within this research is on patients with cardiovascular diseases.
The aim of this research is to determine value within insurance medicine by:
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