Addressing system change challenges

6 min
Martin Lindner
Published on December 6, 2017
Healthcare executives discussed model solutions for value-based, more efficient and more patient-centered care.

CEO Bernd Montag hosted the Siemens Healthineers Executive Summit.

Moving toward a more value-based and efficient practice of medicine is a logical development within the healthcare industry.

Hartwig Huland, CEO, Martini-Klinik: “Outcome measurement pays off.”

Value-based healthcare requires a fundamental transformation of care delivery.
Anna Göjeryd Ulander, Karolinska University Hospital: “Today, we have patient pathways.”
The concept of precision medicine is closely tied to the transition toward value-based healthcare.
Lawrence Chu, Stanford Medicine X: „There are emerging approaches to monitor chemotherapy resistance … and to tailor clinical decisions accordingly.”

Value-based healthcare requires a fundamental transformation of care delivery.
Stefan Oswald Schönberg, University Hospital Mannheim: “We are seeing a mathematical revolution in radiology.”
The concept of precision medicine is closely tied to the transition toward value-based healthcare.
Amy Compton-Phillips, Providence St. Joseph Health: “Individualization is possible even in prevention.”
Value-based, more efficient and patient-centered care was at the center of discussion among global experts and executives.
Susannah Rose, Cleveland Clinic: “Patients first means people first.”
Value-based, more efficient and patient-centered care was at the center of discussion among global experts and executives.

Sven Gierlinger, Northwell Health: “Healthcare is a place where the genuine care and comfort of our patients is our highest mission.”


By Martin Lindner

Martin Lindneris is an award-winning science writer based in Berlin, Germany. After completing his medical studies and a doctoral thesis in the history of medicine, he went into journalism. His articles have appeared in many major German and Swiss newspapers and magazines.