As doctors do use “mobile” devices now dominantly to get their information about new developments, the industry needs to adapt their way of informing their clients. Edetailing for the health industry is the norm, not a futuristic issue any more. Edetailing is not just about presenting information. It should also direct the industry’s ways of interaction with its clients. And, more so, to acknowledge that the end goal lies not just in using drugs or devices, but in improving care. That triggers fundamental change of how the industry needs to relate with its customers.
As cost and outcomes of care are duly becoming the main reference points for quality of care, it is important that immanent fragmentation or even chaos in care paths is prevented. Integration should therefore be the relevant trend in health care development 2014. Here we explain three increasing modi of integration in care: co-operation, co-creation and experience co-creation.
Health care trend of trends 2014?
What have been named as trends in health care development for 2014?
Reviewing several blogs, these I came to mention:
1. Financial concerns;
2. Patient empowerment;
3. Connected health, eHealth;
4. Redefining the health industry and
5. Data security.
Is that what it is? No, we should look at what “the” trend in health care development should be. See for that part 2.
Having witnessed the Dutch Health Care Reform (see Wikipedia), it is inspiring to review it to evaluate what processes and forces have initiated the development and formed its course.
Based upon our studies, we construed this presentation
keynote delivery at #Ideagoras 2011 “