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DiRVa seeks evidence of health outcomes and created value

The project aims to construct a general evaluation model for healthcare digital solutions providers to serve as a tool for building evidence of and communicating the value of their innovations.

Digitaalisten Ratkaisujen Vaikuttavuus DiRVa

DiRVa 2017- Evidence of health outcomes and created value (outcomes per dollar spent) is a prerequisite for successful business operation in the field of healthcare digital solutions. The project aims to construct a general evaluation model for healthcare digital solutions providers to serve as a tool for building evidence of and communicating the value of their innovations.

DiRVa project brings together a multidisciplinary and internationally networked research collaboration committed to building evidence for value in healthcare: Aalto University’s HEMA-institute (Healthcare Engineering and Management) together with the most innovative players in the field of healthcare digital solutions in Finland (Duodecim, Klinik, Netmedi, HUS, NewIcon, Affecto, Lääketietokeskus and TeliaSonera).
 

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