Formal applicants

Formal applicants VBHC Prize 2018



The nominees of the VBHC Prize were not the only inspiring Value-Based Health Care initiatives that submitted a formal application for the VBHC Prize 2018. Meet the formal applicants the next six weeks on this page. We will post a pool of formal applicants every two weeks. Read more about these inspiring VBHC initiatives in their pitches!



Pharmaccesgroup aims to create transparency on costs and outcomes that matter most to patients in sub-Saharan Africa, making actionable data available in a setting where this has not been possible before. Through our mobile platform, we can make this information available for patients, providers and payers in healthcare, at very low costs, and empower people in sub-Saharan Africa to demand better value care. Read more



The objective of this project of Organización Sanitas Internacional is to design and implement a healthcare model that benefits rural and remote populations in today’s sociopolitical context. Through a co-creation strategy that involves communities and the government, this project aims for Colombia to contribute to the world from an experience that creates value in healthcare; and from an endogenous and inclusive development approach, it uses a framework for the application of a new countrywide integration model. Read more



The initiative of the Institute of Clinical Economics can guarantee transparency of patient benefit to the patient and all health-care providers. The results of care from hundreds of risk-similar patients will be available for self-control of patients, healthcare providers and the healthcare system. Read more




The aim of Buyers United and NEVI is to enable healthcare providers, hospitals select and measure suppliers for their VBHC capabilities rather than their products and/or solutions. Context for this opportunity lays in the shift for healthcare providers e.g. hospitals, suppliers towards Value-based Healthcare (VBHC). Read more




Tomatomedical thinks that every person should have a secure and encypted app to store all medical data connetcted with a platform to communicate and exchange data with all healthcare professionals. The App should include emergency functions for fast localisation of injured or sick persons and providing first helpers with medical information about victims. Read more




This initiative of Isala aims to improve patient value in pregnancy by decreasing neonatal morbidity and mortality as well as improving PREMs and reducing health care costs. At the same time, this pilot creates a fundament for upscaling and implementing value based health care into Dutch pregnancy and childbirth. Read more



The initiative of the Catharina hospital aims to continuously increase patient value of heart patients by implementing value-based healthcare using the six components outlined by Porter and Lee (2013). Read more



The aim of Regional Hospital Randers is to improve both the health outcome and the psychosocial bonding between parents and their newborn child by keeping the family members together despite need for treatment in diverse medical specialties. Read more


‘Stichting Egidius Zorgconcepten’ wants to achieve excellent prostate cancer care for patients with prostate cancer. The most important pillars are short-cycle quality evaluation, specialisation/concentration of parts of the healthcare pathway and regional network formation (on the basis of a transmural healthcare pathway). Read more


The Energetic program aims to improve social participation in patients with neuromuscular diseases and chronic fatigue using physical endurance training, energy management training, and relapse prevention in daily life. Read more


The aim of the promotion research isto further develop the newGlobal Holistic Health-Economics Intra-Generational Solidarity System (as new concept, as new global conceptual framework, as new global model, as new health architecture created) for Health Care and Health Status and Ageing and Long-Term Care[that] has to be introduced de lege ferenda, resp. ‘de schola ferenda’ in Belgium and the other OECD-, resp. WHO-countries, starting from de baseline i.e. increasing expenditures/investment in Health Prevention for Body and Mind Ease(s). Read more