This is a synthesis of the trends developed at the Future Research Lab on the “Evolution of Healthcare in the US” led by Peter Belohlavek.
The objective of this research was to find the trends that underlie the healthcare business in the US and to develop the future scenario that arose based on the changes introduced in medical regulations and on the possibilities opened by the use of new technologies.
The 10-year trends can be synthesized in:
- The trend towards expansive healthcare organizations
- The trend towards patient centered management
- The trend towards adaptive information technology solutions
- The trend towards using semantic objects to segment
Two structural changes happened in the United States:
1) The transparency of the use of electronic medical records established a new starting point for medical practice.
2) The concept of the Accountable Care Organizations and its analogical multiplication in medical practice introduced the concept of profiting from healthcare improvements.
This triggered the need of adaptiveness for healthcare organizations.
New technologies that made structural adaptiveness possible:
- Adaptive Information Technology
- Semantic objects to manage adaptiveness
- The discovery of the human drivers of attitudes
- Double dialectical logic to manage adaptiveness
The integration of the structural changes and the now available technologies is predictable based on the understanding of the power of the archetype of the US which naturally allows integrating ideals with businesses:
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These Trends are a Back to Hippocrates in the XXI Century
Back to Hippocrates means going back to the natural role of medicine.
In the XXI century it implies the use of an object driven organization model integrating processes with objects in order to ensure results and optimize the use of energy.
The Value Adding Approach is basically driven by the development of a model based on the use of the rules of Patient Centered Management.
The operational objective is to maximize the value added to patients considered as clients.
It is a backward-chaining-thinking approach beginning with the value being added and ending with the process and objects that are needed.
The process is centered on patient orientation, added value assurance and result assurance.
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