Health Systems Action


Artificial Intelligence

AI provides tools for analysis and action in all health and healthcare systems: clinical care delivery and operations, diagnostics, therapeutics, research, education and training.

Indoor air quality

Good indoor air quality prevents disease transmission | requires mitigations, monitoring, risk assessment, technology integration, regulatory compliance, management systems | R&D, emerging technologies can sustainably and cost-effectively achieve health and productivity effects.

Health and data systems

Health data and systems improve health and value | clinical registries, EHRs, and Health Information Exchanges (HIE) enable outcome monitoring, care coordination | data privacy and security, IT support, clinician engagement, interface design, smart system financing, selection, build, implementation and integration to meet end-user needs and for value extraction.

Value-based care

Outcome measurement, quality enhancement, protocol refinement, collaborative design, financial alignment, patient journeys, designing care models focused on outcomes, establishing financial incentives for quality, refining care protocols based on patient feedback and co-creation, alignment of provider and payer incentives, data analysis, patient engagement strategies, policy support.

Perioperative care

Protocols and pathways, risk and optimisation, personalised plans, recovery enhancement, team collaboration, data, prehabilitation, rescue, resource optimisation.

Precision medicine

Precise and personalised care for health and longevity, disease prediction, prevention and treatment uses multiomics, integrated into care systems; targeted diagnostics and therapies, genetic testing, bioinformatics, in appropriate contexts that ensure ethical, legal, and social appropriateness.

Quality and safety

Applying improvement science methodologies to healthcare practices, including safety audits, training and coaching staff in QI techniques, organizational culture of safety, leadership support, continuous learning environment, QI tools.

Health technology assessment

Evidence-based decisions on technology investments, adoption, with care alignment, cost-effectiveness, stakeholder engagement and post-adoption evaluation to guide vendor, user and regulator, policy considerations.

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