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.


For any healthcare organisation, at least one pillar of Triple Aim is an important – if not the most important – outcome.

The aim is to improve the patient experience, improve health or reduce healthcare costs. In order to achieve your organisational goals, it is necessary to measure and improve these KPIs.

Essenburgh monitors, evaluates and makes data transparent. We can advise you on what and how to measure to make the impact of your innovation tangible. Would you prefer us to collect and analyse the data for you? Then take a look at the possibilities under ‘Research’ or contact us directly.




Essenburgh's experts deliver unique insights that help you measure and understand your care innovation.


We provide insight into the impact of care innovations by collecting relevant data.


We offer extensive monitoring possibilities, from which practical useful lessons can be drawn.


Extensive evaluation makes it possible to determine whether goals have been achieved and, if necessary, whether adjustments need to be made.


Step 1; Orientation interviews

Before we start analysing data, we have several meetings to map out the goals and starting points of the issue/challenge for your organisation, institution, challenge or product. This gives us a clear picture of the focus, content and objective of the data analysis.

Step 2; Data analysis

After collecting the data – which can also be done by us – it is time to interpret the data and draw conclusions. Our team of experts, for example, looks for trends in the data that show how the market has developed and makes predictions and recommendations for the next step on this basis. On the basis of the data, we discover new insights, and on the basis of these insights, we are again looking for new data. In this way, we continue to challenge ourselves to be truly forward-looking and innovative.

Step 3; Presentation & Follow-up

In the final step, we make our analyses and insights concrete so that you and your colleagues can actually use them. We provide a presentation with the results, advice and next steps. During various contact moments, we evaluate together how the project went and where there are still challenges and opportunities. 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 innovation.


Yes, it is! Essenburgh can also collect the required data for your organisation/institution, zthrough desk research as well as field research. Our consultants gather relevant data about your company, your competitors and the market in all different (public) sources. In addition, they also like to go into the field, e.g. for interviews with your customers, clients and cooperation partners. Read more about data collection under ‘Research’.

Unfortunately, we cannot give an unequivocal answer. Every data analysis issue is different and so is the fee for it. Is it, for example, about the interpretation of a large amount of data or is it about a smaller project? During an introductory meeting, free of any obligation, we look at the complexity of your issue/challenge, the interpretation of the project and make an appropriate offer.

That depends on the size and complexity of the project. One thing to remember is that qualitative data analysis requires time and attention. When the data collection has already been realised, the duration of the project will naturally be shorter. Do you want more information about your specific situation? Please contact us.

If you have any questions about what Essenburgh can do for your company/institution in the field of data analysis, please contact us via info@essenburgh.com or fill out the contact form below. We will contact you as soon as possible.