Characteristics of value-based health and social care from organizations’ perspectives
OrgValue I analysed all health and social care organizations involved in LYOL-C and MenDis-CHD with regard to patient-centered and resource-oriented care. Additionally, the inhibiting or supporting factors for patient-centered and resource-oriented care was analyzed.
Duration of the project: 02/2017 – 01/2020
Project funding: Federal Ministry of Education and Research
According to Porter et al. (2013), the creation of value-based health care should develop from within the care organizations and from the professionals themselves.
The change process of the organizational level involves intraorganizational cooperation and coordination of care as well as structures and processes (for example IT, management, values, and culture). This resulted in the following objectives of the research project OrgValue I:
1. examination of the implementation status of patient-centred and resource-oriented approaches in HSCOs (health and social care organisations)
2. identification of the organisational barriers and support factors for implementation in the care organisations
3. development of diagnostic tools and generation of data for organisational learning in the care organisations
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