High quality care & strong companies, the perfect match!

27 April 2020 - Published by Hans Ryckebusch
How do we optimise the quality of care at no extra cost to the end user? What added value is there in measuring the quality of care? How can I finance my high-quality care innovation?

Together with In4Care, on 28 January 2020, POM West-Flanders organised a session on value-driven health models to give care organisations and companies answers to these questions.

At the end of the session, Inge Taillieu (POM West Flanders) presented the Nutrition, People & Care business model. The objective of this innovative business model, in which care organisations and food companies join forces, is to reduce malnutrition for a broad target group. Get in touch if you like to receive more information.

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More information on how to guide companies, healthcare organisations and other stakeholders involved in the ecosystem of the healthcare economy to create shared value by improving collaboration and setting up integrated business models can be found on this online tool.