PAST

EVENTS

2020

Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), a Boston area-based safety net hospital system with a large ambulatory primary care and psychiatry network, has long pursued a value-based funding strategy and consequently implemented a value-based strategy in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

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This webinar features the launch of the Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research issue brief ‘Measuring value in new health technology assessments: a focus on robotic surgery in public hospitals’. The paper considers a proposed national health technology assessment framework and draws on a case study on robotics from Metro North Health and Hospital Service in Brisbane. The panellists discuss the processes for assessing the merits of implementing new health technology in public hospital.

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Building on the success of our most recent webinar on Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs), this webinar expands on the topic of PROMs, delving deeper into the realities of implementation. Featuring Dr Femida Gwadry-Sridhar, a pharmacist, epidemiologist, methodologist and founder of medical technology company Pulse InfoFrame, Julien Wiggins, CEO of Bowel Cancer Australia, and Peter MacIsaac, a GP working in community health and as a digital healthcare research solutions consultant, this webinar will examine how PROMs are used in clinical practice, exploring case studies to demonstrate barriers and enablers to implementation.

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Professor Rachael Morton, Director of Health Economics and Robinson Fellow at the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre University of Sydney and President, Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand (HSRAANZ), discusses recommendations developed by HSRAANZ to guide the implementation of PROMs to guide clinical care.

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Associate Professor Michael Greco of Griffith University and CEO of Patient Opinion Australia discusses practical case study examples of health care services that have successfully implemented Patient Activation Measures (PAMs).

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This webinar features The Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research paper ‘Addressing racism to improve healthcare outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: a case study in kidney care’. Regulatory and quasi-regulatory approaches to improving healthcare outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will be discussed by the authors and regulators.

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Tanya Sewards, Principle Project Officer at Department of Health and Human Services Victoria and Jo Stevens Manager Chronic and Complex Care at Barwon Health join us to discuss this innovative value-based approach being explored by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services.

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Kalin Scott Chief Innovation Officer at Helgerson Solutions Group (HSG) discusses the Delivery System Reform Incentive Program (DSRIP): Innovation and Value in New York Medicaid and beyond: Lessons Learned and Practical Advice.

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Dr Singithi (Sidney) Chandrasiri, Group Director Academic and Medical Services at Epworth Healthcare, and Harvard Business School, Value Based Health Care Intensive Seminar Program graduate explores how to incorporate healthcare innovations as part of an overarching outcome based value generation approach in the management of health services.

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Hospitals allocate considerable resources to quality management, but we do not know to what degree quality assurance and quality improvement activities are related to each other or to the maturity of hospital quality management structures. The Deepening our Understanding of Quality in Australia (DUQuA) study examined the relationship between how quality is enacted and patient outcomes across 32 of the largest public hospitals in Australia.

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AHHA Chief Executive Alison Verhoeven interviews Jay Rebbeck, commissioning thought-leader and managing director of Rebbeck consulting, about outcomes based commissioning using a practical case study.

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Carlos Francisco Silva, MD, is a Portuguese board-certified radiologist with a special interest in value-based radiology and healthcare management.With his colleagues Dr Oyunbileg von Stackelberg and Professor Hans-Ulrich Kauczor he recently released a book examining a practical approach to value-based radiology.

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2019

AHHA Chief Executive Alison Verhoeven interviews Jay Rebbeck, commissioning thought-leader and managing director of Rebbeck consulting, about outcomes based commissioning using a practical case study.

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Carlos Francisco Silva, MD, is a Portuguese board-certified radiologist with a special interest in value-based radiology and healthcare management.With his colleagues Dr Oyunbileg von Stackelberg and Professor Hans-Ulrich Kauczor he recently released a book examining a practical approach to value-based radiology.

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Dr Sally Lewis, National Clinical Lead for Value-Based and Prudent Healthcare, NHS Wales, discussES the opportunities for value-based health care to meet the evolving needs of the population.

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Launch of Australian Centre for Value-Based Healthcare

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Case Study: VBHC – How Dental Health Services is transforming oral healthcare

presented by Dr Deborah Cole, CEO Dental Health Services Victoria and Susan McKee, Executive Director Value Based Health Care Implementation Dental Health Services Victoria.

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Panel Discussion: The Future of Value-Based Healthcare in Australia

Led by AHHA Chief Executive Alison Verhoeven, the panel discussion took place at the launch of the Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care, featuring Professor Christobel Saunders, Head of Division, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Surgery, University of Western Australia; Professor Anne Duggan, Clinical Director at the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care; Terry Symonds, Deputy Secretary of the Health and Wellbeing division in the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services; and Michael Pervan, Secretary of the Department of Health in Tasmania.

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