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Our core partners are of central importance to us, as it is only together with them that we can effectively take on tasks and challenges from different perspectives. We combine our experience and the expertise of our partners to create creative concepts and strategies.
Patients, NGOs and self-help groups
The patient and their needs are at the heart of our actions. We see them as experts on their illness and the associated effects on their life and quality of life. This knowledge is the most important starting point of our project work. Getting to know the experiences and needs of the patient enables us to identify gaps and to capture preferences in medical care.
Doctors and medical professional associations
The doctors present the patient's needs from a medical point of view as well as the current day-to-day care in the clinical and non-clinical setting. As experts, they provide important information on the optimization of care structures and at the same time act as conduits for medical questions. Thus, they are an important partner in the project process.
Research and science
Scientific evidence is needed to ensure that new health and care concepts are accepted and that political demands are well-founded. When conceptualizing and implementing our projects, we always use the current state of research in terms of indications and at the same time initiate our own studies to deepen the current state of knowledge about existing care structures and patient needs.
Health policy and public health
Politics create the legal framework for services and care structures in the healthcare sector. We use our knowledge of health policy structures in general and the mechanisms by which legislation is initiated and exercised for strategic development. This allows realistically practicable concepts to emerge.
The industry contributes to improving medical care through clinical research and the development of new active substances. In addition, it has specific market knowledge and is in regular dialogue with health policy makers. Supporting projects that feed into patient-oriented health concepts can be derived through strategic exchange discussions.