“If today you’ve improved outcomes without escalating any costs, you’ve succeeded,” Harvard’s Michael Porter says in a short documentary on value-based health care published on Health Catalyst. “Today, if you’ve delivered equally good outcomes more efficiently, you’ve succeeded. Today, if you didn’t do one of those two things, you failed today.”
The almost 22-minute documentary offers a look at the future of value-based health care through the lens of several health care experts.
Hamburg-based Martini-Klinik, a global leader in both volume and quality of prostatectomies, according to Health Catalyst, also detailed how a surgeon bolstered health care quality using patient-reported outcomes.
“We want to have the optimal treatment for each patient,” Martini-Klinik Medical Director Markus Graefen says.