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The Health Labs4Value project is an ambitious initiative that brings together 11 partners from 6 different countries, including hospitals, universities, and innovation centers. The Health Labs4Value project is centered around Value based Healthcare (VBHC) with the ultimate goal of prioritizing the patient's health within the healthcare system. The experts at DEX IC completely prepared new project focused on patient-oriented healthcare, which has received funding from Interreg Central Europe. DEX IC has been specializing in developing innovations for healthcare for over 10 years, and its fundraising experts will now be implementing the new project.
The project brings together 6 knowledge partners and 5 healthcare organizations supported by national health policy bodies from Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovenia. The goal is to establish a joint approach and common understanding among all actors in the healthcare ecosystem, including suppliers of new solutions such as SMEs and start-ups and patients. The project will result in a shift towards value/patient-based healthcare systems.
“We aim not only to develop the methodology, but also to implement it as a pilot program, wherein we will concentrate on designing a fresh solution based on the VBHC principle in every region, to ascertain the effectiveness of the methodology as a high-quality tool that can be adopted by other healthcare institutions to transition towards a more patient-centric care,” says project manager Vojtěch Jíra from DEX Innovation Centre.
The pilot will involve the implementation of the VBHC system and living lab methodology in 5 territories, using specific examples defined by each country.
The project, which is set to start in March 2023 and end in February 2026, aims to improve healthcare in Europe and the value-based healthcare will have a significant impact on the lives of patients and healthcare professionals.
The Health Labs4Value project is one of the 11 projects that have been funded by Interreg Central Europe, under the Priority P1 Smart - Strengthening innovation capacities. The funding for these projects, which amounts to a total of 20 million euros, has been allocated to support the digitalization of healthcare in Europe and strengthen innovation capacities in the region.
Project website with a teaser has launched: