- Sustainable Growth: Balancing financial stability with the commitment to provide affordable and high-quality care, ensuring long-term sustainability.
- Efficient Resource Utilization: Implementing cost-effective measures that don’t compromise on the quality of care, such as utilizing technology for streamlined operations.
- Value-Based Care: Shifting from a fee-for-service model to a value-based approach that rewards positive patient outcomes and efficient care.
- Environmental Stewardship: Implementing eco-friendly practices such as energy-efficient buildings, waste reduction, and sustainable sourcing of medical supplies.
- Climate and Health Connection: Recognizing and addressing the interconnection between climate change and public health, by reducing emissions and adapting to climate-related health challenges.
- Therapeutic Nature Connection: Utilizing natural environments in therapeutic practices where possible, recognizing the health benefits of connection with nature, especially in elder care and rehabilitation.
Incorporating the P4 concept into healthcare and wellness industries ensures a holistic approach that goes beyond mere medical treatment. It emphasizes human connection, purpose-driven practice, financial sustainability, and an acknowledgment of our responsibility to the planet. This creates a framework for healthcare that is more responsive, empathetic, sustainable, and aligned with the broader social and environmental context in which health and wellness exist.