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Challenges for Brilliant Business Models in Healthcare

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Abstract

In the ideal world all medically necessary care is universally accessible and at a high quality level. In reality good care is financially and/or practically only available for a portion of the population. Healthcare costs have risen quickly all around the world. While healthcare systems differ all countries are challenged to improve the patient experience of care and the health of populations while reducing the per capita cost of healthcare. The challenges facing healthcare can be bundled into five desired breakthroughs: mutual caring & sharing, prevention & self-management, Patient-centered everyday care, instruments for self-control and differentiation in specialized healthcare.

Keywords

Healthcare System Business Model Healthcare Cost Chronic Disorder Healthcare Practitioner 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Zilveren Kruis, AchmeaAmsterdamThe Netherlands
  2. 2.&samhoudUtrechtThe Netherlands
  3. 3.AchmeaTilburgThe Netherlands

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