Webinar: Can we increase the uptake of shared decision making in Australia?
22 October 2019, 12:30pm – 01:30pm AEST
The Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care is pleased to present the next in our ongoing series of free webinars ‘Can we increase the uptake of shared decision making?’
Shared decision making is a process of involving patients in making informed and preference-based decisions about their care and treatment. Despite a growing evidence base, uptake in Australia has been slow. Join Tara Dimopoulos-Bick, Regina Osten and Professor Lyndal Trevena as they explore, discuss and debate potential approaches for advancing the uptake of shared decision making in Australia. This webinar may be relevant to organisations wanting to support a culture of shared decision making and meet the National Safety and Quality Healthcare standards in Australia.
About Tara Dimopoulos-Bick
Tara Dimopoulos-Bick is the Evidence Generation Manager (experiential evidence) at the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation. Tara has spent the last 10 years leading voice and choice initiatives in NSW Health and large community-based organisations. She received a 2017 Hospital Alliance for Research Collaborative (HARC) scholarship through the Sax Institute to investigate shared decision making and increasing uptake in NSW Health. Tara also co-lead a service innovation project through headspace to combine shared decision making with a peer work service.
About Regina Osten
Regina is the Stream Manager for Integrated Care and Aboriginal Health at the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation. She leads the Primary Care Institute, Chronic Care for Aboriginal People Team, Telehealth, and the Aboriginal Chronic Conditions and Rural Health Networks. She has particular interest in integrated care; person-centred care, chronic conditions management, Aboriginal health, mental health and rehabilitation and led the development of the online resource Consumer Enablement: A Clinicians Guide released in December 2018.
About Lyndal Trevena
Lyndal Trevena is Professor of Primary Health Care and Head of the Discipline of General Practice at the University of Sydney. She commenced her academic career in 2001, after 15 years exclusively in clinical practice. She completed her PhD in 2006 and her research focuses on the application and implementation of research evidence in general practice. She teaches within the Sydney Medical Program and the Masters of International Public Health. Lyndal is internationally renowned for her research in shared decision making. She is a lead researcher on cancer prevention and on risk communication.
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Webinar: Outcomes Based Commissioning – Diabetes Practical Case Study
11 December 2019, 12:30pm – 01:30pm AEST
The Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care is pleased to present the next in our ongoing series of free webinars.
Join AHHA Chief Executive Alison Verhoeven as she interviews Jay Rebbeck about outcomes based commissioning using a practical case study. The webinar will examine questions including:
How would you define commissioning for outcomes?
- In practical terms, how would you commission for outcomes for patients with diabetes?
- How would you differentiate commissioning for outcomes from paying for outcomes?
- How would you measure and drive outcomes for diabetic patients?
- How would you pay for outcomes for diabetes?
- What are the risks of paying for outcomes?
- How do we consider outcomes across the wider social determinants of health?
- How would you implement outcomes commissioning for diabetes?
About Jay Rebbeck
Jay is an international commissioning thought-leader with extensive experience and insights advising on primary healthcare commissioning reforms in both the United Kingdom and Australia. He is the managing director of Rebbeck consulting, a healthcare consultancy focused on primary health commissioning and whole health system reform.
About Alison Verhoeven
Alison is the Chief Executive of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, the independent peak membership body and advocate for the Australian healthcare system and a national voice for universally accessible, high-quality healthcare in Australia. Alison has broad experience in health, education, corporate governance and communications, and has worked in both the private and public sectors in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region, and Europe.
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Presentations, videos and recordings from past events and webinars can be found here. To access recordings of the webinars, click on the webinar name.
Webinar: Healer, Leader, Partner – the role of the physician-leader in leading change in healthcare. Dr Jack Cochran interviewed by Dr Jas Saini, 18 September 2019.
Webinar: The state of safety and quality in Australian hospitals presented by Professor Amanda Walker, Clinical Director at the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare, 22 August 2019
PowerPoint presentation from 22 August 2019 webinar
Webinar: Improving the Patient Experience – How to develop a Strategy by using Data and Digital Solutions to Advance Person-Centered Care presented by Dr. Avi Ratnanesan, Chief Executive Officer of Energesse, 26 July 2019
PowerPoint presentation from 26 July 2019 webinar
Webinar: Implementing value based healthcare procurement and contracts in the UK and Europe presented by Robert McGough, Partner at Hill Dickinson LLP, 24 June 2019. Please note Rob experienced a power failure mid-presentation. We were able to reconnect him but there is a break of a few minutes at about the 30 minute point of the presentation.
PowerPoint presentation from 24 June 2019 webinar
Launch of the Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care, held on 11 June 2019.
Panel Discussion: The Future of Value-Based Health Care 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, 11 June 2019, and featured 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.
Case Study: Value Based Health Care – 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 at the launch of the Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care, 11 June 2019
PowerPoint presentation: Case Study: Value Based Health Care – How Dental Health Services is transforming oral healthcare
Enabling Value-Based Health Care in Australia presented by Dr Linc Thurecht at the Activity Based Funding Conference 2019, 13-15 May 2019