Purpose: This study aims to analyze the value-based health-care model in defining a strategy to guide the evolution of health-care organizations toward a value-oriented model. To improve the quality of care by ensuring economic sustainability, it is necessary to redefine the concept of competition in healthcare and align it with the concept of maximizing value for patients. Design/methodology/approach: Performance measurement is a crucial aspect of the analysis of health-care organizations. Porter developed an effective analytical technique and presented the measurement of health-care outcomes based on health conditions, the efficiency of health-care organizations and the type of service provided. Findings: Clinical outcomes and data on the costs of care of each patient are essential to evaluate improvement in treatment value over time. Engaging in the evaluation of what happens to patients in their course of care enables the expansion of the measurement of outcomes because it measures all the health services related to it. Originality/value: Building a health-care system based on the value and continuous improvement of care and services provided is a goal shared by many countries and international organizations. Today, the analysis of outcomes is important for making informed decisions, directing and planning clinical and organizational changes by improving the quality of care and services.

Value-based health-care principles in health-care organizations / Salvatore, F. P.; Fanelli, S.; Donelli, C. C.; Milone, M.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS. - ISSN 1934-8835. - 29:6(2021), pp. 1443-1454. [10.1108/IJOA-07-2020-2322]

Value-based health-care principles in health-care organizations

Fanelli S.;Donelli C. C.;
2021

Abstract

Purpose: This study aims to analyze the value-based health-care model in defining a strategy to guide the evolution of health-care organizations toward a value-oriented model. To improve the quality of care by ensuring economic sustainability, it is necessary to redefine the concept of competition in healthcare and align it with the concept of maximizing value for patients. Design/methodology/approach: Performance measurement is a crucial aspect of the analysis of health-care organizations. Porter developed an effective analytical technique and presented the measurement of health-care outcomes based on health conditions, the efficiency of health-care organizations and the type of service provided. Findings: Clinical outcomes and data on the costs of care of each patient are essential to evaluate improvement in treatment value over time. Engaging in the evaluation of what happens to patients in their course of care enables the expansion of the measurement of outcomes because it measures all the health services related to it. Originality/value: Building a health-care system based on the value and continuous improvement of care and services provided is a goal shared by many countries and international organizations. Today, the analysis of outcomes is important for making informed decisions, directing and planning clinical and organizational changes by improving the quality of care and services.
Value-based health-care principles in health-care organizations / Salvatore, F. P.; Fanelli, S.; Donelli, C. C.; Milone, M.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS. - ISSN 1934-8835. - 29:6(2021), pp. 1443-1454. [10.1108/IJOA-07-2020-2322]
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