Based on the research of Professor Michael Porter, Value-Based Health Care Delivery is a framework for restructuring health care systems around the globe with the overarching goal of value for patients—not access, cost containment, convenience, or customer service.
on value for patients is fundamental to health care reform in every country.
Organize care around patient medical conditions and distinct patient segments.
Measure health outcomes for every patient.
Measure the actual costs of patient care.
Reimburse the full care cycle for medical conditions.
Clinically integrate care across separate units and facilities using an IPU structure.
Increase the geographic reach of leading providers in their areas of excellence.
Use information technology to help restructure care delivery and accurately measure results.
“The fundamental goal of economic policy is to enhance competitiveness, which is reflected in the productivity with which a nation or region utilizes its people, capital, and natural endowments to produce valuable goods and services.”