Through a rigorous selection process developed by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), potential hubs are assessed using a value-based healthcare maturity assessment to assess the maturity of innovation hubs in progressing towards a value-based approach to healthcare.
The Coalition’s goal is to share and learn from best practices, support new partnerships, and provide a platform to guide the implementation of value-based healthcare worldwide. These hubs are innovating and providing new ways to improve healthcare systems for everyone’s benefit. We hope that they can help us shape this global conversation.— Arnaud Bernaert, Head, Shaping the Future of Health and Healthcare, World Economic Forum
The application for the second innovation hub cohort is now closed. The next application for the third cohort will be announced in September 2021 on this website.
One of Europe’s largest diabetes specialist centres dedicated to providing comprehensive and individualized care for children and adults with type 1 diabetes. Currently managing over 3,000 patients with round the clock care and access to services, Diabeter delivers diabetes care with a value-based healthcare model across its five clinics in the Netherlands. through personalized care to improve confidence in patients managing their condition for superior outcomes at better costs and improved overall well-being towards a complication free future.
Driven by the need to improve care for individuals with cataracts, HCP formed a public-private partnership with 13 private and public ophthalmology centres in Portugal to implement value-based healthcare delivery model for cataract care. HCP is shifting the paradigm to deliver the best outcomes to about 11,400 cataract patients to date under the implementation of value-based care with 89% reporting significant improvement in their daily activities post treatment.
With a focus on putting value at the centre of health and care for the three million people in Wales, the Welsh Government in 2014 launched its value-based healthcare strategy called Prudent Healthcare, to create a healthier Wales. Since its implementation, it has made significant improvement in chronic and episodic diseases focusing on measuring outcomes that matters most to the people of Wales and creating a standard operating model to improving patient experiences, quality of care and outcomes.
As the first specialised diabetes hospital in Denmark, SDCC has produced results that have improved the prognosis for diabetes care, developing new integrated treatment, prevention methods and education that will benefit people with diabetes in Denmark and beyond. The SDCC initiative has reported significant impact to reductions in diabetes-related complications such as a decrease in diabetes-induced blindness to almost zero and leg amputations by 80%.