The health creating user and data driven system innovation

Reference number 2018-04203
Coordinator VÄRMLANDS LÄNS LANDSTING - Landstinget i Värmland
Funding from Vinnova SEK 1 455 000
Project duration November 2018 - July 2019
Status Ongoing
Venture Vision-driven health
Call Health Missions

Purpose and goal

The project is about how we can support the individual and its own ability to improve and maintain health. A health promotion society needs a shift of power and opportunities from organizations to the individual and the collective, where individuals themselves can define, create and contribute to the approaches and solutions that will be required for a conversion of its own health.

Expected results and effects

Our vision is to respond to society´s health challenges by building a new health system based on the individual. This requires a completely different form of cooperation since it is not given who takes responsibility and organizes the work. We need a vision that points to how we create attractiveness in gathering around the challenge with health. Today it is possible to work with a data-driven approach on an individual level to create and capture new health data, as well as make it available on the terms and conditions of the user for all actors who want and can contribute to health innovation.

Planned approach and implementation

The starting point for our vision work is to build a health system that starts with the individual. By understanding how the individual´s own abilities and resources can be supported and activated to improve sustainable, equal health, insights and ideas are also created about the resources, tools and data that society needs to offer to the individual so that it can independently manage and develop its health over time. We need to be more based on the individual´s situation than the system´s limitations. A person´s situation includes own ability, resources, family, other relationships.

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