Philips VitalHealth was founded in 2006 by the Mayo Clinic and Noaber Foundation and acquired by Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) in 2017. As part of Philips’ population health business, Philips VitalHealth aims to improve people’s health and enable better outcomes through digital health solutions for value-based and collaborative care. Philips VitalHealth is part of a strong ecosystem of connected solutions that allow healthcare systems to better understand their patient populations, navigate their patients and engage patients in their own care. Philips VitalHealth is a leader in solutions for patient-reported outcomes (PROs), care management and patient engagement, all based on the VitalHealth Platform.
VitalHealth Software is in 2006 opgericht door Mayo Clinic (USA) en de Noaber Foundation (Nederland). VitalHealth heeft als doel om baanbrekende cloud-based eHealth-oplossingen te ontwikkelen voor chronische aandoeningen zoals diabetes, COPD, hartfalen, depressie, kanker en alzheimer.
Het hoofdkantoor van VitalHealth is gevestigd in Nederland en andere kantoren in Amerika, India en Duitsland. VitalHealth wordt gedreven door het maatschappelijk doel om positieve invloed te hebben op het leven van miljoenen patiënten wereldwijd.
AeHS is an active partnership with the Athena Institute of the VU University (Amsterdam, the Netherlands) and the College of Information and Communication Technologies of the University of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania). Research is ongoing in two areas: (1) the impact of eHealth and (2) Ubi-Care a research programme to come with innovative solutions for patients and their families to have instant access to quality health care, anywhere, anytime.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam:
University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania:
In the partner regions, quality management systems have been institutionalised in hospitals and measurable quality improvements achieved. Implementation of electronic data processing in hospital administrations has made processes more efficient and significantly increased hospital revenues.
Dr. Baltazar Ngoli, Senior Advisor GIZ
Tanzaniaa Germany Programme to Support Health, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
eCareAccess a not for profit foundation to supervise and harness the social impact goals of AeHS.