In this issue you read amongst other articles: OptiMedis AG expands its board of directors and appoints new supervisory boards, Hamburg project excites International Foundation of Integrated Care guests, OptiMedis – expanding its scope in the UK and the new EU Research Project: HealthPros.
Follow this link to read a great blogarticle from our partners at Imperial College Health Partners about Accountable Care Organizations.
Dear Friends, Partners and Readers of our OptiMedium,
with this small digital Christmas message, we would like to show you which projects in Germany and abroad we are looking forward to implementing in 2017. We hope you share our excitement about these developments.
In the name of the advisory board and the whole team I wish you Merry Christmas and the all best for 2017.
In this issue you read amongst other articles: Performance Management in Accountable Care Organizations: Insights from a one-year Harkness Fellowship in the US, 10 years Gesundes Kinzigtal – role model for the future of health care, OptiMedis is going to establish OptiMedis Belgium, OptiMedis Nederland starts integrated birth care project.
Imperial College Health Partners has launched an Outcomes-Based Healthcare Commissioning Programme in partnership with OptiMedis AG, COBIC, the International Foundation for Integrated Care, UCLPartners and the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups’ Change Academy.
In this issue you read amongst other articles: 10 Years of Gesundes Kinzigtal: Integrated Healthcare celebrates its anniversary, Gesundes Kinzigtal improves contribution margin, Hamburg Federal Healthcare Conference supports OptiMedis Project.
This is the first issue of our newsletter “OptiMedium” in english. You read amongst other articles: Interview with Nick Goodwin: Gesundes Kinzigtal is ahead of us – vanguard areas in England compared with Kinzigtal, Case Study for the World Bank: Gesundes Kinzigtal example for China?, Jurriaan Pröpper: There is much interest in population oriented health care in the Netherlands.