Incorporating standardised patient reported outcomes and measures in a systematic way into health care decision making has the potential to enable value based health care and improve patient engagement and outcomes. This is the main drive of H2O, a Research and Innovation project funded by IIMI in which Teamit is participating since its inception. The NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery Journal has just published H2O’s its first scientific: “Building a Value-Based Care Infrastructure in Europe: The Health Outcomes Observatory”. This publication offers an overarching view of the project’s vision and mission and its innovative approach to amplify patients voice in health care through a network of Observatories that collect, analyse and safeguard data for and on behalf of patients, whilst building a strong and ethical governance framework.
Teamit Research CEO, Eva Molero has co-authored this paper, along with other H2O Consortium members.
Read the full paper here.