BETTER COLLABORATION IN CARE
How to build a successful care innovation ?
Our healthcare consultancy helps decision-makers in the healthcare sector to realise impactful healthcare innovations by substantiating them with measurable (Triple Aim) KPIs and reliable (scientific) data.
WORKING WITH ESSENBURGH
Collaboration is an integral part of healthcare. Others are indispensable to achieve the goals of your organisation and the Triple Aim.
Both within organisations and between organisations, unfortunately, cooperation does not always run smoothly. Conflicting interests, or a focus on the process rather than the outcome, can get in the way of results.
How do you take joint responsibility for goals or tasks? And do you also trust your colleagues for their part?
Essenburgh has extensive experience in this area and can get your project back on track. Or make sure you get everyone on the same page, at all levels of the organisation, right from the start.
CURRENT THEMES .
OUR METHODS .
Step 1; Orientation interviews
Before we start re-evaluating forms of cooperation, defining a cooperation strategy or drawing up a model for cooperation, we have several meetings with each other to map out the goals and starting points of cooperation for your organisation, institution, challenge or product. The aim is to clarify the focus, interpretation and content of the cooperation.
On the basis of the exploratory talks, a plan of action is drawn up with which our experts will set to work. Depending on the (renewed) cooperation strategy, the focus will be on data collection, data analysis & interpretation, concretisation of objectives and evaluation & discussion opportunities. Subsequently, the new cooperation model – including the insights gained, associated forms of cooperation and follow-up steps – will be presented.
Step 3;Implementation & Support
Advice is nice, but cooperation only really works when it is put into practice. That is why we stay in close contact after the presentation. During several contact moments, we evaluate together how (the implementation of) the project – focused on cooperation – went and where there are still challenges. We believe that a project is not finished when it is presented. By maintaining intensive contact and adjusting during the process, we take joint responsibility for the implementation of the chosen cooperation strategy(s) / form(s) of cooperation.