For almost 60 years now, the Robert Bosch Stiftung has been upholding the legacy of its founder by helping to shape sustainable health care. With this goal never far from mind, the Foundation has drawn attention to relevant issues in the health care system across numerous funding programs, provided key momentum in further developing the health care professions, and played a role in improving health care practice. 

Moving forward, the Foundation’s Health support area along with its network will continue its successful work as the Robert Bosch Center for Innovative Health. As part of the Bosch Health Campus, the Center will be able to take advantage of the new location for its funding work by testing promising ideas directly on Campus in pilot projects. This will transform the Bosch Health Campus into a living lab, an experimental field for innovative projects and programs that strive for better health care in an optimized system. Furthermore, it will empower health care sector professionals to tackle the challenges ahead with the right skills. 

However, the Robert Bosch Center for Innovative Health not only works side by side with Campus facilities. As an independent and nonprofit entity, the Center also carries out projects with external partners and promote innovative third-party activities.

Integrating the Foundation’s Health support area adds another unique selling point to the Bosch Health Campus with a special impact that will reach far beyond the region – a sustainable health care system and better health care for all.

The Robert Bosch Center for Innovative Health is particularly concerned with two main topics:

Digital Patient Journey

New cross-sector models for comprehensive care are being developed and anchored in practice. The goal is an optimized continuum of care from prevention to diagnostics, acute therapy to discharge or transition to rehabilitation and long-term care to palliative care. The innovative health centers already funded by the Robert Bosch Stiftung as part of the "PORT – Patient-Oriented Centers for Primary and Long-Term Care" program offer ideal conditions for developing and testing digital patient pathways.

Health Literacy 

RBIH is committed to strengthening individual and organizational health literacy, especially its long-term institutional anchoring and funding. Together with cooperation partners, offers for evidence-based health information and measures are created. This includes, for example, the development of an online platform on prevention, which is planned jointly with Charité, the Karolinska Institute, and ETH Zurich, as well as numerous other formats such as publications, events, improvement of the database and practical approaches to self-management.

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Dr. Ingrid Wünning Tschol
Head of Robert Bosch Center for Innovative Health
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Susanne Melin
Program Director
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Anja Krapf
Department Assistent
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Stephanie Rembold
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Louise Baker-Schuster
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Kerstin Berr
Project Manager
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Irina Cichon
Senior Expert
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Jana Friedl
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Carola Galatsidas
Senior Project Manager
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Cordula Hoffmanns
Senior Project Manager
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Kristina Maurer
Project Manager
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Amelie Montigel
Project Manager
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