Making Health Care About Health
As leaders across the health care spectrum embrace the concept of value, many are seeking ways to accelerate transformation within their organizations. The Value Institute for Health and Care facilitates interactive workshops on implementing high-value health care that provide tools, real-world insights from health care leaders and discussions of case studies on organizations who are changing the way health care is delivered.
These programs are action-oriented; we expect participants to be able to go back to work the next day and do something differently as a result of having attended.
Upcoming Executive Education Programs
Implementing High-Value Health Care
Sept. 27–28, 2019 | Austin, Texas
Participants in this two-day interactive workshop will learn why value-based health care is essential and how to begin creating and implementing high-value care. The workshop format combines case discussions of successful high-value care models with overview presentations and implementation frameworks that participants can readily deploy.
Participants will explore implementation cases from Europe and the United States, including the Musculoskeletal Institute at UT Health Austin, the clinical practice of Dell Medical School. Participants will also learn about organizing care around medically relevant patient segments, identifying opportunities to improve current services, measuring meaningful outcomes, accelerating learning in clinical teams and succeeding with new payment models.
Measuring What Matters
Nov. 15–16, 2019 | Austin, Texas
The goal of health care is creating value: improving the outcomes that matter to patients over the full cycle of care for the money spent. Join other health care leaders to learn the how-to of outcomes measurement, including where to start, what measures to use, how to calculate associated costs and how to use the tools currently available. Participants will get to know the Capability, Comfort and Calm framework, which simplifies and streamlines outcome measurement and evaluation. They will also discuss overcoming barriers to measurement, as well as how to support a learning culture that enables continuous care delivery improvement.
This two-day interactive workshop will be led by Dell Medical School faculty Elizabeth Teisberg, Scott Wallace, Alice Andrews and Kathy Carberry, as well as Christina Åkerman, the former president of International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM).
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