In this session, we will look at two specific cases from Aalborg University Hospital, where outcomes are used in real-time to improve the care cycle for patients and the value creation for the entire patient group. In the first case, patient-reported outcomes are used to triage the patient’s need for follow-up visits in the outpatient clinic for epilepsy patients. In the second case, outcomes, including patient-reported outcomes, are used to determine the need for a follow-up visit after hip and knee surgery, but also in a real-time shared-decision-making system, where prediction models are used in the preliminary examination.
How outcomes can be used to create better decisions in the individual care cycles
How outcomes, combined with artificial intelligence, can help patients and healthcare professionals to make decisions based on “personalized data”
Focus on outcomes for the individual patient can shift the culture from “more healthcare delivery per dollar spend” to “more value per dollar spend”