Academic Medical Centres (AMCs) represent a unique variety of hospital, delivering on an ambitious ‘triple mission’ of combining research, clinical care and education in one centralised organisation. At a time when the global healthcare industry faces a host of challenges, including continually climbing costs, we set out to learn how some of the world’s leading AMCs are managing this ambitious triple mission.

For this video series, we spoke with executives from leading AMCs in London, Melbourne, Rotterdam, Stockholm and Toronto. In addition to highlighting some of the key challenges facing these organisations, these conversations provide a glimpse into how leading AMCs are adapting to major trends shaping the industry – digitalisation, partnerships, a new generation of patients and value-based healthcare, to name a few.

Watch the series to learn more about how these AMCs from around the world envision their roles in an ever-evolving healthcare landscape.

AMCs & Value Based Care

Leading AMCs provide key insights about their journey toward value-based healthcare.

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AMCs & Partnerships

For a growing number of AMCs, partnerships and collaboration are strategic imperatives.

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Melbourne Health – Melbourne, Australia

Dr. Gareth Goodier discusses stronger partnerships with outside healthcare organisations.

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Karolinska University Hospital – Stockholm, Sweden

CEO Melvin Samsom discusses topics such as restructuring and value-based healthcare.

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King’s College Hospital – London, United Kingdom

CEO Nick Moberly shares insights into the organisation's long-term vision for patients.

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Erasmus University Medical Centre – Netherlands

Prof. Dr. Ernst Kuipers talks about trends and challenges facing the organisation.

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University Health Network – Toronto, Canada

This video talks about UHN's journey to become a high-reliability organisation.

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