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.
The Training Network HealthPros is looking for Early Stage Researchers with a master degree in a relevant discipline and who are interested in combining qualitative and quantitative research methods.
OptiMedis-COBIC UK ltd (OM-C) was set up exactly a year ago, reason enough to reflect on progress to date! What is OM-C? OM-C brings 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 Imperial College Health Partners (ICHP), the Academic Health Science Network.
On 8th November, the consulting arm of COBIC, a consulting partner of OptiMedis-COBIC UK, was awarded a place as member of a consortium of value driven expert consultants on a prestigious government framework of pre-qualified providers. The following press release provides more information.
In August 2017 OptiMedis-COBIC UK were appointed as part of a consortium to support the 40 practices and other health and care organisations to develop as an Accountable Care System to serve the 200,000 people of Fareham and Gosport, Hampshire.
Doctors and specialists in East Grinstead are considering new ways of working together to improve the health and care of the local population. In particular, four practices they are considering working together as a Primary Care Home.
On 4th October, Dr Martin Wetzel, from Gesundes Kinzigtal and Dr Nicolas Hicks, from OptiMedis-COBIC UK, both presented in London to an International Symposium organised by the UK Health Finance Managers Association and the Healthcare Costing for Value Institute.