Nominees 2019

Nominees 2019

Curious who the nominees for the VBHC Prize 2019? Read more about the nominees on this page!

VBHC Prize 2019 Nominees

Better care over the full cycle for Stroke patients aims to get vulnerable elderly stroke patients home sooner and better by collaborating over the full cycle of care by delivering the ritght care, at the time, in the right place. Read more

Dental Health Services Victoria’s Value Based Oral Health Care Model aims to achieve value from a patient perspective by influencing the public dental system to shift away from a supply-driven health care system organised around volume, output and what clinicians prescribe, towards a patient-centered system organised around what patients need and value. Read more

Emergency and Right Diagnosis for HAE (HEmRIDI) aims to reduce the time between the manifestation of the first attacks and a correct diagnosis for HAE patients. At the same time, it also wants to design a patient pathway and use a digital tool to create a solid network of clinicians and loved ones working to improve the quality of life of HAE patients and their families. Read more

Good Life with Osteoarthritis in Denmark (GLA:D®) is a not-for-profit initiative launched by a research team at the University of Southern Denmark in 2013 with the aim of implementing guidelines for the treatment of knee and hip OA in clinical practice in order to facilitate evidence-based, high-quality care of patients with OA. Read more

HartWacht aims to improve patient value (quality of life, quality of care) and lower total healthcare costs by optimization of healthcare delivery, making use of new healthcare technologies. It is an innovative healthcare concept that was set up through a collaboration of a healthcare provider (CCN), various (international) health technology providers (Luscii, AliveCor, Heart for Health) and an insurance company (Zilveren Kruis). Read more

A Holistic, Scalable, Value-Based Care Pathway for Lung Cancer Patients was set up to increase patient empowerment, involvement of GP’s and multidisciplinary team interactions in an automated, digital care pathway for lung cancer patients with the final aim of reducing side effects, increasing quality of life (and hopefully survival), improving early supportive care and lowering costs for care team and payer without compromising on outcomes.  Read more

 Peritoneal Neoplasms Clinical Care Center (PNC3) aims to provide patients with peritoneal neoplasms a comprehensive management and personalized approach during the full cycle of care, led by their trustworthy JCI certified team focused on improving patients’ quality of life. Read more

 Ik- Herstel, aims to improve patient value for patients undergoing surgery, by improving patient recovery and satisfaction and unburdening medical professionals during the full cycle of care . The application aims to enhance patient satisfaction by facilitating the patient to be ”in charge “of their own recovery, guided by a personalized recovery plan. Read more

The Kidney Guide contains over 800 video fragments of people who have already made their treatment choice for end stage renal disease. They talk about their experiences with hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, transplantation and conservative care. After visiting the Kidney Guide you will have a more complete picture of what a specific treatment would mean for you as a kidney patient and your relatives. Read more

NightWatch aims to achieve better quality of life in people with epilepsy and their caregivers by providing them a safe and worry-free night. NightWatch is a bracelet, worn around the upper arm at night, which alarms for potentially dangerous nocturnal seizures, so caregiver can offer help when needed and hereby prevent complications.  Read more

The Reinier Haga Prostate Cancer Center aims to deliver the best personalized Prostate Cancer care by bringing together all specialized diagnostics, shared decision making and (non-) treatment options, available for all patients in our dedicated multi-disciplinary Prostate Cancer Center without any unnecessary waiting. Read more

In the Primary Care+ initiative, they aim to improve patient value by increasing patients’ experience of care, while maintaining or increasing health outcomes and reducing health care costs. This application concerns the implementation of a cardiology primary care plus (PC+) centre which is implemented in the pioneersite ‘MyCare’. Read more

 

 

The Reinier Haga Prostate Cancer Center aims to deliver the best personalized Prostate Cancer care by bringing together all specialized diagnostics, shared decision making and (non-) treatment options, available for all patients in our dedicated multi-disciplinary Prostate Cancer Center without any unnecessary waiting. Read more

Value-Based HIV Care aims to increase value of HIV care, OLVG has developed a selected set of HIV care indicators, made data to these indicators easily accessible to multidisciplinary teams which are supported towards ongoing improvement of care. Patients and health care insurers are included in this doctor-led initiative. Read more

 

 

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