Value-Based Healthcare (VBHC) is a topic of broad and current interest in Europe. The Netherlands is one of the frontrunners in creating value for patients through the use of outcome sets for a number of medical conditions. The Dutch healthcare sector in general is making waves in Value-Based Healthcare: hospitals share data to compare outcomes, health insurance companies create bundled payment contracts, pharma and biotech co-create in VBHC-projects. The government supports these developments by granting subsidies for best practices and promising initiatives. In this session, we will dive into the waves and explain the different stages of VBHC. The first wave concerns finding the right experts and connecting them. A case presented by Amgen, a leading biotechnology company that will enter into partnerships to improve patient care. The second wave is bridging the silos between hospital and primary care. A case presented by AZ Delta Hospital, according to the value chain for lung cancer patients supported by interactive feedback loops. The third wave is the development of an outcome set with academic peers as well as building a knowledge and inspiration platform. This will be illustrated by a presentation by Erasmus Medical Center about creating ICHOM-sets in an academic setting and how to accelerate knowledge and implementation: the Linnean network.