This exciting resource examines pioneering, successful business models in healthcare services, emphasizing bold and innovative entrepreneurship in creating care delivery that is accessible, affordable, and effective. Expert contributors supply fascinating case studies of visionary principles at work in hospitals, specialist care, eHealth providers, and insurers along with practical guidance on building and sustaining a vision, a brand, an organization, and a loyal base of clients, employees, and investors. Featured companies demonstrate how moving beyond conventional patient/provider, service/cost, and other relationships can translate into improvements that benefit clients’ health and stakeholders’ bottom line as well as the larger community and potentially the world. Coverage analyzes key attributes of these successful entities, detailing key challenges, funding issues, and especially breakthrough goals, including:
-Strengthening mutual caring and sharing. -Letting prevention and self-management work.
-Patient-centered organization of information and everyday care.
-Deploying services and instruments to help customers take control.
Implementing differentiation in specialized healthcare.
The result is crucial takeaways for creating transformational business models in health fields. Approachably written and brimming with infographics, Brilliant Business Models in Healthcare provides inspiring role models for entrepreneurs, managers, consultants, and professionals in the healthcare sector, including providers, insurers, technology suppliers, and pharmacists.
Over Jeroen Geelhoed
Andere boeken door Jeroen Geelhoed
Guide for your reading enjoyment
Part 1: The framework for brilliant business models in healthcare
What are the cornerstones of a brilliant business model?
1.2 Brand positioning
What is a business model?
2.1 Market segments
2.2 Customer value
Value creation and overall framework
3.1 Value creation for all stakeholders
3.2 Conceptual framework and phasing
3.3 Permanent brilliance?
Challenges for brilliant business models in healthcare
4.1 Good, affordable and widely accessible healthcare is unique
4.2 Cost increases put accessibility, quality and healthcare systems at risk
4.3 Desired breakthroughs in healthcare
Part 2: Brilliant cases involving brilliant business models in healthcare
Breakthrough: Strengthening mutual caring and sharing
5.1 General Healthcare fund Amsterdam – Wim Niesing & Jeroen Kemperman
5.2 DHAN – Tom Buijtendorp & Jeroen Kemperman
5.3 Courtyard houses – Jeroen Kemperman, Ida Kemperman & Wilke Schouten
5.4 Stiftung Liebenau – Rick Kasper, Tim Widdershoven, Sanne Boevé & Jeroen Geelhoed
Breakthrough: Letting prevention and self-management work
6.1 Discovery – Thomas Bachet, Raheel Raisi & Jeroen Kemperman
6.2 Healthways – Jeroen Kemperman, Sytze de With & Mirthe van de Belt
6.3 Kaiser Permanente – Koen Harms & Jennifer op ’t Hoog
6.4 PatientsLikeMe – Annemijn Kuenen, Heleen Borleffs, Tim Widdershoven & Jeroen Geelhoed
Breakthrough: Patient-centered organization of information and everyday care
7.1 UCLA’s Value Quotient – Heleen Borleffs, Daniel Hommes & Jeroen Kemperman
7.2 ParkinsonNet – Rosanne Preyde, Kerwin Hartman & Jennifer op ’t Hoog
7.3 Laastari Lähiklinikka – Monique Heeren & Jennifer op ’t Hoog
7.4 Patrick Lund Dental Happiness – Tim Widdershoven, Rick Kasper & Jeroen Geelhoed
Breakthrough: Deploying services and instruments to help customers take control
8.1 Ryhov – Bonny van Rest & Jennifer op ’t Hoog
8.2 BerylHealth – Jeroen Geelhoed & Tim Widdershoven
8.3 M-PESA – Wouter Houtman & Jennifer op ’t Hoog
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