Co-Founders will reflect back on ICHOM's journey, highlighting the achievements from the past 10 years, celebrating the important milestones and recognising those who have supported ICHOM throughout the decade, as well as sharing the ICHOM Board's for the future.
The session will explore major national or regional VBHC programs across the globe implementing value in care delivery. Senior government leaders or policy-makers will provide an insight into the national reform agendas, critical initiatives and pilot programmes, the balance between central direction and delegation, the role of multi-stakeholder cooperation and trust. Summarising challenges and critical success factors for establishing Value-based healthcare systems.
“The pandemic didn't create new disparities – it exacerbated social and health inequities that have persisted for decades”
● The role of standardized outcomes measurement in promoting equitable and inclusive care
● Improving data access to advance population’s health literacy and shared decision-making
● Tackling bias in AI and humans for a more equitable outcomes data
● How collective action can improve outcomes for ALL patients? The role of each stakeholder
Invite Only Session
● How does digitalization accelerate the global adoption of outcomes measurement?
● Which digital tools enable continuous learning and precision medicine for better patients’ outcomes?
● Delivering more accessible and cost-effective care solutions to patients
● The growing complexity of healthcare and the need for decision support tools for both clinicians and patients
● To what extent technology can allow for a more efficient hospital operation by reducing costs and improving medical staff burnout?
● Which will be the most important contribution of digital health to patients in the coming years and why?
● Patients’ involvement on a macro level - Policy development and system change, national population education programme, creating accessible data infrastructure, research and clinical trial protocols
● Patients’ involvement on a micro level - Shared-decision making, developing clinician-patient relationship
● Tackling transparent and admissible obstacles like unattended bias for a truly meaningful patients’ involvement and engagement
● Lessons Learnt and Future Outlook