Evolving Health Systems and Value through an Ecosystem Perspective

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Evolving Health Systems and Value through an Ecosystem Perspective

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This high-quality, gloss A0/A1/A2 poster displays the evolution of health systems and the overlay of the Umio health ecosystem frame on a single page. The thick white line indicates the evolution of health systems over time. The shaded areas indicate the depth and reach of an ecosystem value perspective when enacting the listed jobs-to-be-done. The central “Assemblages” model of health drives transformation to create / realise ecosystem value.

The poster also contains:

  • A summary of social determinants of health

  • Evolving definitions / conceptions of health

  • Summary of different health systems

  • Critical jobs-to-be-done to transform health systems towards realising ecosystem value.

The poster makes an ideal teaching resource or a useful reference when co-creating value in a collaborative environment.

Format: Print poster

A0 Size: H 841 x W 1189 mm / 33.1 x 46.8 in

A1 Size: H 594 x W 841 mm / 23.4 x 33.1 in

A2 Size: H 420 x W 594 mm/ 16.5 x 23.4 in

Finish: Gloss

Paper grade: 180 gsm

PACKAGING

Secured within a cardboard roll and exterior box

ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION

Paper

For coated Gloss posters, we use a paper that is 55% recycled - a fantastic, environmentally friendly alternative when no cost-effective, 100% recycled, coated paper is available today.

Inks

Printed with eco-friendly inks, which contain sustainable vegetable oil instead of mineral oil, and do not compromise the quality of our work. You can be rest assured that the high quality prints are contributing to the health of our environment.