Rethinking Health Care
The current changes in health care call for vigorous new approaches – new ideas, new momentum, and new structures. The Bosch Health Campus is rising to the challenges ahead. The interplay between Patient Care, Research, Education, and Funding creates synergy, speed, and agility, allowing us to boost people’s health preventively, and not just when they fall ill.
Driven by megatrends like demographic change, digitalization, technological innovations, and global developments such as migration or climate change, our health care system is rapidly changing.
We want to, and can, help shape these changes and embody them on Campus. Public health care is a core concern of the Robert Bosch Stiftung and a vital part of the legacy of its founder Robert Bosch.
In establishing the Bosch Health Campus (BHC), the Foundation is facing up to these current challenges in health care. The Campus brings together all of the Foundation’s activities and institutions in the field of health care. This includes patient care, biomedical research, education, training, and continuing professional development for doctors and nurses, and the funding of promising ideas for better health care.
The Idea behind the Bosch Health Campus
The Four Megatrends
Powerful drivers of change are impacting health care as we know it. These include four clear megatrends which the Bosch Health Campus aims to address.