Towards engineering performant, innovative and sustainable health systems

Raphael Wouters
In a time of growing health expenditures and inefficiencies, ageing populations, rise of chronic diseases, co-morbity and technical evolutions, there is a worldwide quest for performant, innovative and sustainable health systems that are, a.o.

Towards engineering performant, innovative and sustainable health systems

In a time of growing health expenditures and inefficiencies, ageing populations, rise of chronic diseases, co-morbity and technical evolutions, there is a worldwide quest for performant, innovative and sustainable health systems that are, a.o. effective and cost efficient, patient-centric, integrated and co-creative and able to deal with the growing society dynamics.

Effectively implementing strategic initiatives that tackle the aforementioned challenges or dissolve existing problems appears a frightening task since the majority of the implementations fail.

Current approaches and frameworks addressing organizational changes are fragmented, heterogeneous and mostly descriptive. In this study, we aim to design and develop a more prescriptive, holistic and integrated approach.

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Universiteit of Hogeschool
Master of Enterprise and IT Architecture
Publicatiejaar
2015
@RaphaelWouters
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