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Business Modelling

EHTEL offers Business Modelling activities to help public authorities, health professionals, health-care providers, health insurers, and eHealth services providers to assess the sustainability of their innovative service based on digital health.
These activities will also help you to create shared knowledge in your team about the sustainability of your integrated care and/or digital health use cases. Additionally, we will provide our support to ensure that your services can be procured by public authorities.
You can choose between two different Business Modelling support options:

Option 1) In-depth analysis

A fully customised analysis taking place on-site. The in-depth analysis involves a range of experts giving you their inputs and first-hand guidance. It provides you and your team with:
  • A full and comprehensive business modelling exercise
  • A detailed business modelling report
 See as an example the resource at the bottom of this page: Business Model Canvas.

Option 2) Intensive one-day workshop

The one-day workshop is tailored to your specific needs and is based on interactive learning. This experience will provide you and your team with a deep understanding of:
  • How to build a successful business model
  • How to address financial aspects and sustainability
“Doing a business modelling exercise with EHTEL really fitted with the Scottish digital health and social care context. We got great insights into the value of technology-enabled care, including its implications for business, customers, and financing. We understood, as a team, how the exercise can be applied to many of our countries’ scenarios including, for example, technology to support people to live well and safely at home. It has really helped us to “future proof” the directions we aimed to take, and to inform our next steps in digital health and social care plans. We absolutely valued the facilitation of the insights on the day from our own team members, but also the expertise of the EHTEL contributors to the exercise.”
Margaret Whoriskey, Director of Technology-enabled Care Team (Scotland)
“As a health economist, participating in a workshop with EHTEL helped me to see how theoretical business modelling exercises apply in practice. The experience can really help practitioners working either on strategy or on the front line. The approach’s applicability in national and local settings is really obvious. It becomes easy to see how regions can give each other insights into their mutual business directions. I could really see it being used in my own region.”
Tino Marti, Health Economist at TicSalut (Catalonia)
For more information on Business Modelling for your service or initiative, contact us at:
Tel: +32 2 230 1534
Fax: +32 2 230 8440
EHTEL, Avenue de Tervueren 168, Box 2 - B-1150 Brussels, Belgium


  • Business Model Canvas: Mapping to Health and Social Care with a Focus on Telehealth and Telecare readiness model 09 March 2020 PDF*

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