Location: Virtual Session,
Date: 02 June 2022 9:00am to 23 June 2022 01:00pm
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ABOUT THE EVENT SERIES:
The goal of health care is to create value by improving the outcomes that matter
to people and communities for the costs of achieving those outcomes. Join Value-Based Health Care (VBHC) pioneer Elizabeth Teisberg and the team from the Value Institute for Health & Care. Together with health care leaders from around Australia, learn to measure the outcomes that matter, including where to start, what measures to use, and how to begin using available tools for data collection.
Participants will get to know the Capability, Comfort, and Calmtm framework, which simplifies and streamlines outcome measurement and evaluation. Then, through facilitated discussion with leading government decision-makers in Australia, improve your understanding about the approaches to VBHC implementation being pursued in the Australian context, and contribute to the policy reform required to enable Value-Based Health Care in Australia.
LEARNING AND POLICY OBJECTIVES:
By the end of this event series, health leaders should:
- know where to start, what to measure and how to calculate associated costs.
- understand and know how to use the tools available for outcome measurement, cost calculation and data allocation.
- understand how clinical registries can be used in outcome measurement.
- explain the Capability, Comfort and Calm framework for outcomes measurement.
- discuss how VBHC measurement is similar to, and different from, approaches already used in Australia.
- consider how VBHC outcomes measurement integrates with the work of government agencies and departments and make recommendations for action in the system.
Session 1 and 2 – Health Transformation Leadership Intensives: Measuring what matters
- Location: Virtual
- Time: 2 x 4 hour sessions
- Dates: 02 June 2022; 09 June
- Time: 9am-1pm AEST
Session 3 – Roundtable for reform: The Australian VBHC Agend
- Location: Virtual
- Time: 1 x 4 hour sessions
- Date: 23 June 2022
- Time: 9am – 1pm AEST
- AHHA members: $2,000, plus GST
- Non AHHA members: $2,200, plus GST
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Elizabeth Teisberg, Ph.D.
Elizabeth Teisberg, PhD, serves Dell Medical School(link is external) and McCombs School of Business(link is external) as executive director of the Value Institute for Health and Care(link is external) and is the Cullen Trust for Higher Education Distinguished University Chair in Value-Based Care. Co-creator of the concept of value-based health care delivery, Teisberg is best known for writing Redefining Health Care: Creating Value-Based Competition on Results, which she co-authored with Michael E. Porter.
Dr. Teisberg, an expert in transformational innovation and the implementation of high-value health care, speaks to and advises organizations throughout the U.S. and around the globe. In addition to being an integral member of the leadership team and faculty at Dell Med and a professor at UT Austin’s McCombs School of Business, she is a senior associate at Harvard’s Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness.
Dr. Teisberg earned her Ph.D. in engineering at Stanford University. She previously served on the faculties of Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine, University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and the Harvard Business School. Together, Dr. Teisberg and Dr. Porter created executive education courses and a Harvard University course that introduce the concepts and insights of value-based health care.
Alice Andrews, Ph.D.
Alice Andrews, PhD is Director of Education at the Value Institute for Health and Care and faculty at Dell Medical School and McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research focuses on the implementation of health care solutions designed around outcomes that matter to patients and developing integrated learning teams to lead this change. Dr. Andrews has taught programs on topics related to implementing high-value health care and health care transformation worldwide, and she is a member of the advisory board for the Welsh Value in Health Centre, NHS. In 2019 and 2021, she was a recipient of a Dell Medical School Academy of Distinguished Educators Excellence in Teaching award. Dr. Andrews holds a PhD in Organizational Behavior from Cornell University and an MS from Dartmouth College, and in addition to the University of Texas, she has served on the faculties of The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and the Owen Graduate School of Business at Vanderbilt University.
Kathy Carberry, RN, MPH
Kathy Carberry Is an assistant professor and serves as the Value Institute’s Outcomes Program Officer. Carberry was the creator and previous director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Outcomes & Impact Service, a service dedicated to helping patients, families, and providers make better health care decisions using outcomes information. Carberry has been a registered nurse for 20 years. She began her career as a pediatric critical care nurse, then focused specifically on pediatric cardiac critical care before transitioning to outcomes measurement and analysis in congenital heart surgery. In 2011, she had the opportunity to extend that work across the surgical enterprise at Texas Children’s Hospital. This work included the development of outcomes programs and condition-specific teams in pediatric plastic surgery, urology, spine surgery, pediatric general surgery, ophthalmology, and otolaryngology.
At Texas Children’s, Carberry developed a distinctive, cross-functional team to measure outcomes that included clinical data specialists, outcomes nurses, information system analysts, data architects, statisticians, and outcomes analysts. Over seven years, she grew the program to more than30 full-time team members who partnered with physicians, nurses, operational leaders, and other care team members to measure and achieve outcomes improvements across the Texas Children’s system, including the health plan. Carberry and her team were key partners with Texas Children’s legislative advocacy team in the implementation of the 1115 Medicaid Waiver DSRIP program (Delivery System Reform Improvement) at the hospital.
Carberry received her bachelor of nursing degree from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in 1998. She completed her master of public health degree with an emphasis on management, policy, and community health in 2010.
Scott Wallace, JD, MBA
Associate Professor Scott Wallace, co-founder and managing director of the Value Institute for Health and Care at Dell Medical School, leverages his business, health care IT and health policy background to work with students, employers, health care leaders and other stakeholders to transform health care delivery in the U.S. and around the world.
Wallace recently served as the Interim chief business officer of Dell Medical School and is an integral member of the Dell Medical School faculty. Prior to joining The University of Texas at Austin, Wallace helped to create Dartmouth College’s Master in Health Care Delivery Science program, an innovative course for midcareer executives and clinicians. He served on the faculty for Harvard Business School’s executive education program on health care strategy. He is also a Batten fellow at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and was a distinguished fellow at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.
Wallace was appointed by President George W. Bush to chair the Federal Commission on Systemic Interoperability, which advised the White House and Congress on information technology and health transformation. He was also the first president and CEO of the National Alliance for Health Information Technology and was a co-founder of the Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology. Before his academic career, Wallace helped co-found an early-stage venture capital firm, he was CEO of a specialty chemical company, and he practiced corporate law at the Chicago law firm Kirkland & Ellis.
Wallace holds a juris doctorate from the University of Chicago Law School, a master’s degree with honors in business administration from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Duke University.
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