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Value in Healthcare

Innovating for Value in Healthcare

The shift to value-based healthcare is a fundamental change, requiring all stakeholders in the healthcare system to pivot in order to improve the quality of care for patients in a sustainable way. As a leader in healthcare, our commitment and practice of delivering clinical and economic value through innovations across products, services and solutions becomes even more relevant in this era of change.

As an acknowledgement to this shift in healthcare, Medtronic is sponsoring the Insight Center hosted by New England Journal of Medicine and Harvard Business Review. This year's online Insight Center is "Innovating for Value in Healthcare." Medtronic is extremely proud to be participating as both a sponsor and as a keen stakeholder in this discussion. Throughout the duration of the Harvard Business Review Insight Center, we will be joining the conversation by posting articles here.

Harvard Business Review

How Not To Cut Healthcare Costs

Listen to the webinar featuring Harvard Business School Professor Robert S. Kaplan and Senior Project Leader at HBS Derek Haas. The webinar was held on 5 November 2014.

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Value & Innovation

Value & Innovation: Today's Definitions Are Not Tomorrow's Reality

The current global healthcare situation, marked by worsening chronic conditions, rising healthcare costs, and a growing disparity between the outcomes of the wealthy and poor, demands a new approach by all.

Read About Healthcare Value and Innovation
Increase Value Globally

Increase Value Globally By Collaborating Locally

By Rob ten Hoedt

During the next decade, something will happen that has never occurred before in human history: there will be more people around the world aged 65 and older than children under the age of 5.

Read About Local Collaboration
Hospital Readmissions

Hospital Readmissions: A Hidden Healthcare Cost

By Mike Genau

As we learned on the Harvard Business Review webinar, "How Not to Cut Healthcare Costs," providers frequently turn to five main cost-cutting measures that ultimately deliver lower value at higher expense. In addition to these five measures, hospital readmission is another area of inefficiency worth considering.

Read About Hospital Readmissions
Beyond the Point of Care

Look Beyond the Point of Care for Greater Value

By Sheri Dodd

Sometimes a change in perspective can lead to dramatic advances in healthcare. While much attention is focused on breakthrough scientific discoveries, often a simple shift in the way we look at a problem or collaborate to find a solution can lead to better outcomes and reduce costs.

Read About Looking Beyond the Point of Care