The Value-Based Health Care Prize 2017 is Media Partner of Health Tech Event, which will take place on December 08, 2016, at High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
After three successful editions, the Value-Based Health Care (VBHC) Center Europe proudly presents the Value-Based Health Care Prize 2017!
The VBHC Prize rewards and recognizes inspiring initiatives that have adopted a fundamentally new line of thinking in creating excellent patient value in terms of outcomes, cost-effectiveness and collaboration.
Each year, one excellent initiative is awarded the VBHC Prize, a prestigious prize awarded by a renowned international jury, and announced by honorary chairman Harvard professor Michael Porter, PhD.
All winners and nominees are inspiring examples for everyone in health care aiming to deliver excellent patient value. Let’s celebrate the successes and hard work of all who focus on providing patient centered care. Be at the center of health care innovation, network among the pioneers in delivering patient centered care, and become inspired by great VBHC initiatives during the VBHC Prize 2017 event!
– Over 80 organizations have applied for the prestigious prize over the last three years
– Collaboratively the initiatives have an estimated impact of over 6 million patients
– Over 50% of the Dutch hospitals are involved in the applied initiatives
The VBHC Prize is an initiative by VBHC Center Europe: The European platform for VBHC implementation.
Become inspired and visit vbhcprize.com and vbhc.nl.
Twitter: @VBHCEurope #VBHC
LinkedIn: Value-Based Health Care Center Europe
About HealthTech Event
The 6th edition of the Health Tech Event will take place on December 8, 2016, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
The conference will focus on the following areas:
- Hospital – Based Health Technology Assessment (HTA) – How can hospitals decide which technology to invest in. Find more about Hospital – Based HTA and its importance here.
- Robotics in Cure and Care – Collaboration between technology developer, patients and healthcare professionals; Role of robotics in cure; Robotics in rehabilitation; Robotics in elderly care; Robotised surgery; Robotic prosthetic; Connecting parts for robots; New developments of robotics in healthcare
- Using Photonics in Healthcare
Who should attend?
The conference is mainly addressed to:
- Hospital management
- Health tech manufacturers and designers
- Companies (SMEs, large companies, university spin-outs) active in healthcare robotics & photonics
- Medical insurance companies
- Innovation managers
- Regulatory institutions
- Service providers
- Research organisations
… but is open and of interest to anyone who sees potential in robotics and photonics in healthcare and hospital-based HTA!