Healthcare innovation

Healthcare innovation

Healthcare has to endure a lot. Costs are rising and we are losing focus on what really matters. It has to be different. Better. Cheaper. More customer friendly. The focus should not be on healthcare costs or production, but on values.

Essenburgh helps healthcare organizations, medtech companies and insurers to innovate successfully. And to become a leader in the care of tomorrow: value-driven care. We do this on the basis of the Rainbow Model, the triple-aim objectives and a scientific basis.


Are you organising a symposium or conference and are you looking for a speaker who can present scientifically substantiated knowledge in an appealing way? And who also makes the translation to practice? Dr. In his lecture Pim Valentijn enthuses the participants to get started with value driven care networks. He is the inventor of the
Rainbow Model
. This is used worldwide to shape the care of the future.


Do you want to work towards better care and better health at lower costs? And do you like to organise it well together, so that it benefits the patient? You’ll learn it in the network care master class. The training is super practical and 100% customized. Afterwards we will continue to support you.

  • How do you successfully organise networked care?
  • How do you translate the Rainbow Model into practical solutions?
  • How to identify pitfalls
  • How can you validate assumptions under your innovation?
  • How do you find the right rationale for your innovation?
  • How to prioritize the implementation


Agile, Lean and Scrum contribute to a better organization of work, better cooperation, less workload and more time for clients. And thus quality of care. During the 1-day course ‘Agile-Lean-Scrum working in Healthcare

  • What the difference is between lean, scrum and agile
  • How to apply lean, agile and scrum methods in practice
  • Why working according to lean, agile and scrum leads to better cooperation and more job satisfaction
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The health case

How do you as a healthcare organisation obtain funding for your healthcare innovation? And how can insurers make smart purchases and avoid or spread financing? We back up your intuition with facts, in a health case. In it, we demonstrate the impact of your healthcare innovation on health.


You have a good and scientifically sound plan. And you know what the result will be. But how do you organise it all within the care network, in accordance with the laws and regulations? You’ll learn it in our masterclass. If you want, we’ll help you with that. We translate the Rainbow Model into an implementation approach. And we also give you the tools to implement successfully. These are also based on the Rainbow Model. Now it is clear how you can get started step by step.


The time has come: the implementation of your health case. What is the best way to do this? How do you get everyone on board? We developed a number of instruments to help you do this. From the game on pitfalls, to the transformation game and the game on earning models. Using these tools, you define your approach and make sure it becomes a success, also financially. The tools are aimed at improvement. Like working better and more efficiently. Do you need support? Then we will definitely help you.

“The Rainbow Model made it clear to me why we often fail to really put the patient first. We are in a system and have to deal with organizational goals and often other sources of funding. The Care Network masterclass taught me to look at things differently.”

Jeanine Brink, policy advisor NVLF

Care networks that work: the key to better outcomes

Networked care: the means for value-driven care

Network care is seen as the solution to improve accessibility, quality, patient satisfaction and efficiency of care. Network care is therefore not an end in itself but a means of achieving value-driven care, also known as value-based healthcare or triple aim.

Care networks that work

In this e-book you will read what a care network is and we will map the barriers and solution direction for the practice. Based on the Rainbow Model and (inter)national best practices.

Care networks that work Essenburgh

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