Changes in healthcare systems worldwide are characterised by value-based healthcare and radical innovations. In this module, you will learn which management measures you can use to strategically adapt to them. Case studies will be used to analyse the practical challenges of these two paradigms and develop solutions.
- Benefit-oriented healthcare through added value for patients as a corporate purpose
- Relation between patient-relevant outcomes, the costs needed to achieve these outcomes and possibilities for measuring patient-relevant outcomes
- Opportunities for cost reduction and quality improvement through digital technologies
- The healthcare system’s problems with cost reduction through digital innovation and possible solutions
- Learning how to overcome organisational barriers in the introduction of benefit-oriented healthcare
- Understanding how challenges of radical cost improvements can be overcome through innovation in the context of healthcare
„The programme provides an extensive business management knowledge for the hospital sector, which makes me extremely well-prepared for executive positions in the healthcare sector.“
MD Mona Boss-Boateng, plastic surgery, Dreifaltigkeits-Hospital, Wesseling.
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- Understanding of the paradigms "Value-based Healthcare" and "Radical Innovations”
- Understanding organisational hurdles and how to overcome them
- Reference to learned concepts of the own health organisation
- Understanding the concepts and challenges of value-based healthcare using the example of the introduction of benefit-oriented health care in the Department of Urology at Cambridge University Hospital and learning about possible solutions
- Development of innovative solutions for cost improvement through digital innovation in healthcare on the basis of various examples
This module is tailored to facilitate doctors in hospitals, clinics and other health organisations, who take on management tasks. It is also aimed at registered doctors and medical associations, who wish to improve their practice management.
Prof. Dr Stefan Scholtes
Director of the Centre for Health Leadership & Enterprise, University of Cambridge
Prof. Dr Scholtes is Director of the Centre for Health Leadership and Enterprise at Cambridge University and is responsible for the healthcare concentration of the Cambridge MBA programme. His research focuses on the strategic area of the configuration and coordination of value creation networks for local and regional health systems. In addition, he focuses on the operational area of non-medical factors’ effects on clinical decisions.