The Schön Klinik is a private, nonprofit German Hospital Group seeks to establish itself as a premium service at a competitive German market. The case details Schönklinik’s founding, its early focus on measurement and improvement, and the design and implementation of a system-wide structure for measuring and reporting actual health. The details in the care cycle for patients with eating disorders and highlights the role results in improving the measurement played Eating Disorders … Read more »

The Schön Klinik is a private, nonprofit German Hospital Group seeks to establish itself as a premium service at a competitive German market. The case details Schönklinik’s founding, its early focus on measurement and improvement, and the design and implementation of a system-wide structure for measuring and reporting actual health. The details in the care cycle for patients with eating disorders and highlights the role played in improving results measurement eating disorder care over time. It ends with a discussion of the early innovative bundled payment models and prompts the reader to explore how new pricing and care delivery models, the integration of care around patients to develop promote medical conditions. The case also discusses the German health system, its regulatory restrictions and the early attempts to change the paradigm of competition in the industry.
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Michael E. Porter,
Emma Stanton,
Jessica A. Hohmann,
Caleb Stowell
Source: Harvard Business School
30 pages.
Release Date: 15, March 2012. Prod #: 712 475 PDF-ENG
Schönklinik: Eating Disorder Care HBR case solution