Femke Vennik

Femke Vennik
Erasmus University Rotterdam | EUR · Institute of Health Policy & Management (iBMG)

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Publications (5)
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Co-production in healthcare : rhetoric and practice Co-production in healthcare is receiving increasing attention ; however, insight into the process of co-production is scarce. This article explores why hospitals involve patients and staff in co-production activities and hospitals’ experiences with co-production in practice. A qualitative study wi...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to improve the general operationalization of an “active patient”, by examining the specific activities and skills expected of active patients. Design/methodology/approach – Expected activities and necessary skills were studied through a qualitative case study into the development and use of an assistive techno...
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This study focused on hospitals’ motivations to initiate coproduction activities and on manifestations of co-production at the micro-level. The findings show that hospitals have motivations related to market, organisation, and quality of care to initiate co-production activities. In addition, co-production processes stimulate hospitals thinking abo...
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Objective To explore patients’ experiences with online health communities in which both physicians and patients participate (i.e. patient-to-doctor or ‘P2D’ communities). Methods A qualitative content analysis was conducted, based on observations in five P2D communities ranging from 8-21 months, and semi-structured interviews (N = 17) with patient...
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Fragmentation of care, complexity of diseases and the need to involve patients actively in their individual health care led to the development of the personal health community (PHC). In a PHC, patients can -regardless of the nature of their condition- invite all professionals that are involved in their health care process. Once gathered, the patien...

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