Actions taken to improve value will be determined not only by evidence and the needs of population, but also by the pattern of services and infrastructure that has evolved during decades of growth. The experiences of those who have embarked on implementing a value-based approach to healthcare are valuable to learn from.

Saunders, C, et al 2019, Perspectives brief: Towards value based healthcare: Lessons learnt from implementing outcomes measures, Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research,

Cole, D, McKee, S 2019, Case Study: Value-based health care – how Dental Health Services is transforming oral healthcare (webinar),

Raymond, K & Hedge, S 2020, Perspectives brief: Dental Health Services Victoria: Journey to value based healthcare, Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research,

Silva, C F 2019, Value-based Radiology – A Modern Practical Approach in the era of Value-based Healthcare (webinar), 

Okunade, O, Arora, J, Haverhals, A, Niessen, L 2017, Collaborating for value: the Santeon hospitals in the Netherlands,

Beyer, B 2019, Martini-Klinik: patient-centred outcomes data collection to improve prostate cancer care, All.Can,

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