Preventative healthcare reduces illness
According to the World Health Organization, 80 percent of cardiovascular diseases, 90 percent of type 2 diabetes cases, and 30 percent of all cancers globally are caused by unhealthy lifestyles. Preventive healthcare brings together researchers, social operators and industry in research and innovation projects aimed for disease prevention, viewed from all perspectives: individuals, systems, policies and technology.
RISE contributes by investigating preventive healthcare measures and services with measurable health outcomes. These comparable measurements are mechanisms that can reverse the trend. Our research incorporates categorical measurements such as system analysis and effect measurement. We can provide socio-economic calculations and analyses, effect logic, and the initiation and monitoring of outcome contracts. We also work with the transition to an individual-centred ecosystem. New areas we explore involve new and expectant parents, with the aim being to gain broader preventive societal effects.