Brandenburg has an efficient public health system. Over fifty hospitals located throughout the region collaborate with each other to offer high-quality standard and specialist healthcare to the patients. This medical cooperation is a contemporary response to the demands of the future.
To provide healthcare services in line with demand, however, the region’s hospitals must adapt their profiles and locations to the changing demographic conditions. Taking the trend towards specialisation into account, geriatrics, neurology and internal medicine are being bolstered since 2013.
Then again, hospitals do not merely make a name for themselves through their clinical performance, but also the innovative services they offer their patients. This is precisely where Brandenburg’s new strategy comes in, as it backs the model of the hospital campus. The presence of medical businesses on hospital premises improves the collaboration between industry and public health, which in turn boosts the development and market deployment of innovative medical products in line with demand.
The WFBB actively supports networking between industrial and clinical expertise with a view to developing highly innovative medical products and healthcare models.