Everybody’s business: value-based healthcare – EHMA Workshop
May 10 @ 14:00 - 18:00€155
This will be the 4th and last episode of a 4 part executive workshop series that will address good leadership, person-centered care, resilient healthcare systems, and value-based approaches. “The Many Avenues of Health Management’ series will bring together different stakeholders across the healthcare ecosystem and present questions and examples future and current leaders should consider driving change in the health care sector.
Overview of the workshop
In recent years value-based care has been seen to provide an effective vehicle to improve health service efficiency with an outcome-based focus. It is a delivery model in which providers are paid based on patient health outcomes. Providers are rewarded when their patients’ health is improved; the effects and incidence of chronic disease decrease; and patients are able to live healthier lives. Such an approach has been creating incentives for health care providers to offer the best care at the lowest cost, resulting in savings in healthcare costs; patients receiving more value for money and increased patients’ quality of care and satisfaction. However, much more remains to be done in terms of large-scale implementation of value-based healthcare and managers can play a key role in making it happen.
In this executive workshop, we will dive deep into understanding what VBHC is and how health authorities can develop an effective agenda and industry contributes. Why should health systems and organizations drive the value-based revolution, and what should they do to make it happen? From framing the agenda to steering the cultural shift, attendees will be made part of the journey toward value-based healthcare.
Why this programme
This 4 hours workshop is part of the new series ‘The Many Avenues of Health Management and will be specifically focused on value based healthcare.
The workshops will provide a conducive environment and the best opportunity for bench learning. In this engaging and personal digital environment, attendees will also have the opportunity to share knowledge, experiences, and best practices from different countries building relations that can be put to use in local realities.
Who should attend
The workshop has been designed for all protagonists of the management and transformation of health systems. Expected participants are:
- Health managers and leaders
- Physicians and Nurses
Each workshop has a closed attendance of 30 participants. Registrations will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.
Prof. Federico Lega, Ph.D, is Full Professor of Health Administration at the Public Health Department at Milan University, where he runs all courses in healthcare management and policy for medical students and leads the Research Center in Health Administration (HEAD).
He is also Professor at SDA Bocconi School of Management where he teaches courses in Public Management and Health Services Management. He leads the research in strategy and organisational development in healthcare at the Bocconi Research Center on Health Policy and Management (CERGAS). From 2007 to 2014 he has been Head of executive education for health managers, clinicians and medical industry leaders at Bocconi School of Management (SDA).
Since 2015 is acting as Editor in Chief of the journal Health Services Management Research, Associate Editor of BMC health services research and Medical Care Research Review. He has published eight books and over 150 articles on journals.
As a consultant, he has advised health systems on health policy matters and governance issues, several hospitals and networks in re-organizations, strategy-making processes, value-based approaches, economic evaluations, and process management, both at the national and international level.
In the last ten years, he has advised several companies of the medical industry on their transformation toward value-based models and for the development of effective market-access initiatives. Since 2002 he has coordinated over fifteen initiatives of duality or study-tour, involving the exchange of managers and senior clinicians between countries (Italy, UK, USA, Germany and France). He currently seats in the boards of hospitals and local health authorities, advises health departments of Regions, national health agencies and insurances, and worked as a consultant for WHO.