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Services & Solutions Team
Services & Solutions Team
The Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies (JJMDC) realise that our hospital customers are not only striving to manage the complexities of today’s healthcare environment but are also seeking to make the most of the opportunities as a result of ongoing change.
Not every company understands the complexities of healthcare and has both the depth of portfolio plus the ability to address broad health system challenges.
JJMDC believes in a data-driven, holistic partnership approach to help providers realise better care by aligning our broad capabilities to specific needs. We focus on delivering value and creating long-term, meaningful partnerships.
Ultimately, we aim to help hospital and healthcare providers achieve the ‘triple aim’ of improving outcomes, increasing patient satisfaction, and reducing costs.
Our services and solutions
There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach. Every hospital and healthcare provider is different, and so are their needs.
In order to help recognise and address your particular challenges in achieving value-based care, we offer a wide range of services and solutions. With 130 years of experience in healthcare across three sectors – medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and consumer – we are confident that we will be able to find an approach that is just right for you.
Theatre Management & Innovations in Optimisation
Hospital Supply Chain Innovation and Optimisation
Medical Equipment and Healthcare Financing Solutions
Healthcare Technology Solutions
Together we are Stronger: Collaboration is our Golden Ticket to Sustainable Value (ABHI)
ABHI, November 2018 – Try to imagine our world today without MedTech. It’s not easy to do because we know it is central to the health of society today and the sustainability of healthcare tomorrow.
Q&A With Andrew Dalton, Senior Business Leader, DePuy Synthes (ABHI)
How integral is the medical technology industry to orthopaedic care?
A Well-Choreographed Operating Room? Now a Reality (JJMDC)
JnJMedDevices.com (originally posted on LinkedIn), December 2019 – On the occasion of Davos, Felix Wandel, Vice President Johnson & Johnson, WW Business Unit Lead SPI (Surgical Process Institute), wrote about SPI and how the AO Foundation share the overarching goal of transforming surgical experience to achieve better gains and savings through synchronization and digitization of surgical procedures.
Take a look at how we are supporting hospitals and healthcare providers in the UK, Ireland and across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
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Improving intraoperative quality and efficiency by successful standardization of functional endoscopic sinus surgery*
The ACQUA Clinic was looking for a solution to improve operational quality and patient safety for those undergoing functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) at their facilities. Working with their multidisciplinary team we helped them implement a digital surgical procedure management solution. View the case study below to see the outcomes from the clinical trial period.
Innovative Technologies for Improved Healthcare (HealthManagement.org)
HealthManagement, October 2019 – An editorial review of presentations by Douglas Franco, SPI Marketing & Business Development Lead, Medical Devices EMEA at the European Association of Hospital Managers (EAHM) Congress. Douglas presented on J&J's value-based healthcare approach, CareAdvantage and its suite of hospital solutions and services technologies that are making a difference including Care4Today, Surgical Process Institute (SPI) and C-SATS.
Transforming Colorectal Surgery Outcomes (HealthManagement.org)
HealthManagement, August 2019 – How End to End Enhanced Recovery and Prehabilitation Transformed Colorectal Surgery Outcomes: A Story About How a Specialist Center for Colorectal Surgeries in the Netherlands Decided to Face Colorectal Complications Head On.
A Value Based Approach to Atrial Fibrillation (HealthManagement.org)
HealthManagement, August 2019 – Enhancing Atrial Fibrillation Procedure Flow Garners Profound Results: A Story on How the Bold Ambitions of Oslo University Hospital – a Leading Center in the Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation (AF) – Have Expanded Access and Enhanced Quality and Experience for Patients.
Aiming To Heal 80 Percent More Hearts Through The Power Of Partnership (HealthManagement.org)
HealthManagement.org, Aug 2018 – As a leading center in the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias, Oslo University Hospital in Norway, is acutely aware of the increasing number of lives that are being impacted by atrial fibrillation.
What Does Value-Based Healthcare Really Mean? (JJMDC)
JJMDC, June 2018 – The need to deliver more for less has become the accepted norm within the healthcare industry. As such, the provision of value-based healthcare is an absolute necessity. However, when we talk about ‘value-based healthcare’, what does it mean from a tangibility standpoint?
Healthcare Demands Are Growing And Evolving: So Must We (HealthManagement.org)
HealthManagement.org, May 2018 – Healthcare companies must evolve to help providers face the challenge of an aging and growing population suffering from the increased incidence and diversity of chronic disease.
Delivering Better Healthcare With A More Efficient Supply Chain (Raconteur)
Raconteur, Feb 2018 – Supply chain technology is revolutionizing industries the world over. While it’s easy to see the impact this had on retail, manufacturing and logistics, industries like healthcare have lagged behind. How much money could we save if we brought healthcare supply chain technology up to modern standards?
Turning the Triple Aim into A Triple Win: Current Perspectives on Hospital–Industry Partnerships (MedTech Views)
MedTech Views, Feb 2018 - Value-based offerings as part of hospital–industry partnerships are seen as a welcome addition to hospital stakeholders and healthcare system decision-makers’ armamentarium.
Partnered Solutions For The Next Generation Of Multi-Disciplinary Healthcare (The MedTech Week)
MedTech Europe, Jun 2017 – The healthcare marketplace is changing at an incredible rate both in Europe and around the world. Due to intensifying pressure, healthcare systems need to deliver more for less whilst still meeting the ‘triple aim’ of improving outcomes, increasing patient satisfaction, and reducing costs.
Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Launches CareAdvantage, Offering Tailored Support To Help Hospitals And Healthcare Providers In EMEA To Increase Patients’ Outcomes And Reduce Costs (Multivu)
Multivu, Jun 2017 – Leveraging 130 years of knowledge and expertise across the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices (JJMD) is proud to launch a new approach to help drive value-based healthcare in hospitals across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) – CareAdvantage.
*The results shown in the case study are situation and circumstance specific, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices does not guarantee such results can be reproduced for any given customer.
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