How can we rethink health? And what role do global developments such as pandemics and climate change play in this? In order to help meet the future challenges in health care, the Robert Bosch Stiftung has been pooling its activities and facilities in the field of health in the new Bosch Health Campus since the beginning of the year.
A doctor examines a tumor at the Dr. Margarete Fischer-Bosch-Institut für Klinische Pharmakologie.
Owner of the Bosch Health Campus, the Foundation has been involved with the topic of public health care since it was founded back in 1964. With its focus on treatment, research, education, and support, the Campus pursues the goal of future-oriented and patient-centered health care.
Our dossier on the www.bosch-stiftung.de website provides insights into the work of the Campus and current developments in the health care system: A multimedia report and a video explain the topic of translational medicine. You will also find a roundtable discussion with the representatives of the Bosch Health Campus Dr. Bernhard Straub, Prof. Dr. Mark Dominik Alscher, and Dr. Helia Schönthaler on how health care can be improved through digitalization. An infographic explains how the BHC works, a report highlights the Foundation’s “360 Degree Nursing” project, and Charité CEO Prof. Dr. Heyo Kroemer warns in his guest article against the impending “teslaization” of medicine in Germany. For those who would like to learn more about how the Robert Bosch Stiftung has promoted health care over the decades, there is also a historical review in the form of an image gallery.