The Many Avenues of Health Management – EHMA Workshop Series

From January 2022 to May 2022, EHMA will host a series of
executive workshop on four key topics in health management

Good leadership, person-centered care, resilient healthcare systems, and value-based approaches contribute to better delivery of care and excellence in healthcare. To address and look in detail at these pillars, EHMA has now developed a new workshop series, titled ‘The Many Avenues of Health Management’, that 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.
By having engaging conversations and discussing practical examples, those who will join us for these workshops will gain skills and knowledge that will shape their ability to analyse, understand, and address these topics.

Format

The series (taking place as a fully digital event) consists of four modules, each running for about 4 hours and tackling a different topic. In a perfect EHMA style, all the sessions will be highly interactive, with presentations, Q&As, breaks, and networking moments so that all participants can connect, share and learn from the experiences of an international group of peers.

Each workshop has a closed attendance of 30 participants. Registrations will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.

Professor Federico Lega, Full Professor of Health Administration at the Public Health Department at Milan University, will be the main trainer of the series. Each workshop will also feature a guest keynote or trainer based on the topic.

1 series, many opportunities

You can register for the FULL series and attend yourself or you can share access to the workshops with one or more of your colleagues. The only requirement is that they need to be part of your same organisation.

When you register for the series, just add their names to the registration form.

Topics addressed in the series

Date: Tuesday, 18 January 2022
Time: 2.00 PM – 6.00 PM CET

Governance and leadership of health systems involve researching and setting up strategic objectives, making policies, and developing laws and regulations while securing and deploying the necessary resources, skills and competencies to accomplish strategic goals. In this context, engaging physicians as leaders is essential in bringing on the changes that can transform health care.

In this first executive workshop of the series, we will look at what and how we can do it. and we will discuss corporatization processes beyond the “doctor-manager” paradigm. How can we develop hybrid roles in committed organizational leaders? Why do clinicians seem often reluctant leaders? How can we sustain their transition toward higher level managerial capabilities?

Date: Tuesday, 8 February 2022
Time: 2.00 PM – 6.00 PM CET

With changes in health care and populations, the search continues for the best ways to improve patient health and wellbeing. Personalized health care describes a model that tailors medical care to individuals and enables patients to pivot health care to meet their specific needs, often helping to diagnose and treat conditions they could not before. As a result, patients are increasingly in charge of their decisions as they become aware of the better outcomes that follow.

In this workshop, we will discuss how to design the service to enhance the patient experience, analyzing business modeling logics and tools applied to health services. We will look at segmentation, new service models, case management vs patient management, and we will try to understand how we can connect providers and industry around the “patient journey”.

Date: Tuesday, 8 March 2022
Time: 2.00 PM – 6.00 PM CET

As health systems are progressing towards managing the pandemic and creating their recovery plans, they are also thinking about how to strengthen the resilience and sustainability of their resources in an ever-changing context. In this workshop, we will discuss:

  • Assessing health systems resiliency.
  • Actions and directions to avoid the next storm
  • KPA and KPI to assess and drive the development of resilient health organizations and systems.
  • Planning the roadmap and step-by-step actions.

Date: Tuesday, 10 May 2022
Time: 2.00 PM – 6.00 PM CET

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 decreased; 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 in an 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.

Who should attend

The workshop series is targeted at multiple healthcare professionals wherein the common denominator is the search for competencies, skills, and managerial tools to understand and address some of the most pressing challenges in health management: leadership, person-centered care, health systems resilience, and value-based healthcare. Expected participants are:

  • Health managers
  • Clinicians
  • Nurses
  • Academia members and researchers
  • Policy-makers
  • Industry representatives

During the workshop participants will:

  • be exposed to new perspectives on governance and leadership (workshop 1); person-centered care (workshop 2); health systems resilience (workshop 3); and value-based care and approaches (workshop 4).
  • share perspectives with other professionals;
  • learn from the experiences of an international group;
  • analyze current significant managerial issues by discussing cases from different countries and different legal and cultural settings;
  • create new contacts and join an international network of professionals sharing an interest in health management.

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Fees & Registration

Full Series Fee:

  • For EHMA members, € 490 per person*
  • For non-EHMA members, € 620 per person*

The Full Series fee includes:

  • Access to all 4 workshops;
  • Study material and training programme;
  • Networking opportunities with other participants;
  • Certificate of attendance for the full series;
  • Access to all materials after all the workshops.

Single Workshop Fee:

  • For EHMA members, € 155 per person*
  • For non-EHMA members, € 190 per person*

The Single Workshop fee includes:

  • Access to ONLY 1 workshop of your choosing;
  • Study material and training programme for 1 workshop;
  • Networking opportunity with other participants;
  • Certificate of attendance for the single workshop;
  • Access to the materials after the workshop.

*Please note that all fees are already inclusive of 21% VAT.

Cancellation Policy
You have the right to cancel your registration at any time upon written notice to  chiara.gonzi@ehma.org. If you decide to exercise your right to cancellation until 20 December 2021 (included), your fee will be refunded in full or a credit note will be issued for the unpaid invoice raised. If you decide to exercise your right to cancellation after 20 December 2021there will be no entitlement to a refund and the raised invoice connected to your booking will be due in full.
*PLEASE NOTE* – At any time, participants may transfer their bookings to another participant upon written notice to chiara.gonzi@ehma.org


Do you want to benefit from the member’s fee but are not a member yet?

If you are a student, a self-employed worker, or a retired professional, you can apply for the INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP and benefit from the discount on 1 of the workshops.

Individuals who are affiliated with/represent an organisation, should apply for the ORGANISATIONAL MEMBERSHIP. The organisational membership entitles to 4 complimentary seats for the workshop, 1 seat per session that can be offered to different members of the same organisation.

Click on the button below and email chiara.gonzi@ehma.org to apply for both membership and discount.