Value based health
Value-based health is a requirement for healthcare services that creates incentives to focus on the quality of the services provided rather than the quantity.
vivamind places the individual and its environment at the center of its philosophy. Health as a lifelong process makes the individual in its ecosystem the most important actor in its health.
In our opinion, prevention is the most successful strategy of a value-based health model. Prevention prevents disease, reduces costs, and enhances quality of life and performance. This applies to the individual as well as to the entire ecosystem.
A prevention concept must provide evidence of the achievement of these goals if it wants to live up to its claim to sustainability.
For delivering this promise the vivamind model is based on > an evidence-based knowledge model > scientific digital algorithms > the principles of salutogenesis > health as a value-creation process from status analysis to the achievement of defined health goals > digitization as a means to reach large collectives, the measurability of outcomes cross-sectionally and longitudinally, for individuals and collectives > interoperability.
vivamind supports the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. With our solutions, we contribute to advancing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.