Foundational to the World Health Innovation Network is achieving value for patients, families and population health. This fundamental assumption is embedded into all four quadrants of the model. To achieve successful adoption and scale, health innovation must achieve a positive impact on patient health outcomes, health system performance and sustainability.

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Private sector

Private sector partners achieve value by the adoption of products into the health system and credible evidence of the impact, proof of value and proof of reimbursement to achieve market access and growth in Canadian, US and global health markets. 

Policy makers

Policy makers and payers achieve value from the research evidence which informs policy decisions, and their capacity to assess the value of a product relative to system costs, performance safety, and quality when an innovation is adopted and scaled in the health sector. 

Patients and families

Patients and families attain value from improved health outcomes, safety, quality and access to care by embedding and scaling successful innovation in health systems.

Academic teams

Academic teams establish the metrics and measure the impact of the health innovation and contribute knowledge, understanding and best practice contributing to sales, growth, adoption and scalability of the product. It is this evidence that informs practice and supports clinical confidence in the product and a clinical environment of excellence.

Health system

Health systems require reliable and valid evidence of a health innovation’s value, when embedded and scaled, on patient outcomes, health system performance and sustainability.
Private sector

Private sector partners achieve value by the adoption of products into the health system and credible evidence of the impact, proof of value and proof of reimbursement to achieve market access and growth in Canadian, US and global health markets. 

Policy makers

Policy makers and payers achieve value from the research evidence which informs policy decisions, and their capacity to assess the value of a product relative to system costs, performance safety, and quality when an innovation is adopted and scaled in the health sector. 

Patients and families

Patients and families attain value from improved health outcomes, safety, quality and access to care by embedding and scaling successful innovation in health systems.

Academic teams

Academic teams establish the metrics and measure the impact of the health innovation and contribute knowledge, understanding and best practice contributing to sales, growth, adoption and scalability of the product. It is this evidence that informs practice and supports clinical confidence in the product and a clinical environment of excellence.

Health system

Health systems require reliable and valid evidence of a health innovation’s value, when embedded and scaled, on patient outcomes, health system performance and sustainability.