The healthcare system has seen dynamic, transformative shifts in the past years. The area’s key stakeholders have developed their strategies of digitalisation and procedural change. As the healthcare industry as a whole is becoming increasingly scrutinous of outcomes, and digital transformation enables a broader understanding of patient treatment and wellbeing, these stakeholders are moving to value-based partnerships.
In order to keep up with the major transformations facing the healthcare industry, stakeholders in all areas must take action in these three key areas. These changes are described in brief in this document; see the full report, “Future Trajectories of Healthcare”, for deeper information and for insights from health industry experts.
The move towards value-based care is central for innovators. What is the status of value-based care in Finland, and who is responsible for it in the healthcare system?
Fragmentation of digital channels is becoming a roadblock. Is it plausible to coordinate a collaborative environment for delivering digital services?
Technological developments occur rapidly and challenges are becoming increasingly complex. Can more transparent collaboration provide tools for improving digitalization and access to healthcare?
Value-based healthcare is a healthcare system framework enabling more value creation for the patient.
Value equals the improvement in a patient’s health outcomes for the cost of achieving that improvement.
Value-based healthcare opposes other (more widely adopted) frameworks where healthcare providers are paid for the volume of delivered services.
By digital treatment, we refer both to the treatment journeys, as well as the healthcare IT and technologies enabling the creation of a digital dimension to care, and the coordination of it.
Digital solutions are a key factor in the transformation towards value-based care.
Identifying ways to build purposeful and genuine collaboration between public and private organisations, based on mutual benefit and goals, is central to the success of improved care.
The Future Trajectories of Healthcare study is currently available to selected stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem, such as government personnel and healthcare providers, and will be available to a wider audience in the near future.
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