Health Service Journal Award 2019 (HSJ Award) in the category "System leadership initiative of the year". The basis was the adaptation of the OptiMedis model for population-oriented, integrated care in the Hampshire region. The HSJ Award is presented annually for excellence in healthcare.The joint venture OptiMedis-COBIC together with the North-East London Commissioning Support Unit led consortium including Imperial College Health Partners, Social Finance and the consulting firm PPL has won the renowned
A consortium led by OptiMedis-COBIC is on the shortlist of finalists in the prestigious Health Service Journal Awards for its work to build integrated healthcare in Hampshire (Hampshire System Integrator).The consortium was selected for the category "System Leadership Initiative of the Year – Collaborative leadership across organisations serving a population, sharing data and information, best practice and learning, realisation of the wider care picture in the community". The winner of the award will be officially announced on the 6th of November. See the shortlist of finalists 2019.
Easier access to medical care, shorter waiting times and an improved patient experience – to ensure this becomes a reality in the British county of Hampshire, three large general medical practices and OptiMedis-COBIC UK (OM-C) have joined together to form the Sovereign Group.
We are delighted that OM-C has been extremely successful in its application and has been appointed by the NHS to provide support to 7 lots of the Health Systems Support Framework.
For the last two years, OptiMedis-COBIC UK has brought together the expertise and experience of two well established and pioneering companies, OptiMedis AG from Germany and COBIC Ltd from the UK, working in close association with NHS Commissioners and Providers, as well as leading IT companies and academic partners.
Dr. Oliver Gröne, Vice Chairman of the Board, OptiMedis AG, talks about "The proliferation of Accountable Care models – an inside perspective into the black box of a shared savings contract”.
Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, together with its consortium partners including OptiMedis AG, today announced that it has received 15 million € funding from the EU’s Horizon 2020 program to pilot big data solutions to achieve better patient outcomes in healthcare at a lower cost.
OptiMedis-COBIC UK is excited to announce that we have won a bid, in partnership with Cerner, NEL CSU and Imperial College Health Partners (ICHP) to provide a new performance and population health management dashboard for NHS England and Integrated Care Systems (ICS) across the country.
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