10:30h Arrival : General Hospital, Events hall
10:35h Welcome presentation by Dr. Rosa Ramos
11:00h Presentation by Dr. Ricard Ferrer
12:00h Presentation by Dr. Ignacio Ferreira
13:00h End of visit.
Accompaniment of the group to the lobby of the ground floor of the General Hospital
11:00h Arrival: Hospital Clínic Barcelona, Main Hall.
11.15h Welcome and introductory presentations
VBHC: from theory to clinical practice (implementation of ICHOM-standard set)
12:00h Attendees will be divided into 2 groups of 15 people
Site visits to the departments implementing VBHC and measuring patient-reported outcomes. Attendees will get a chance to see the below departments:
13:30h Questions & Answers. End of Visit
ICHOM to welcome delegates, and provide a short introduction to the conference themes and objectives. Chair to share key ICHOM news and developments as well as our strategic priorities. We also want to inaugurate what we have called the “ICHOM Community Referendum” - through which we will seek your input on some of the organisations’ strategic choices and prioritizations.
Healthcare globally suffers from a growing people crisis with increasing demand on the workforce, yet with limited resources available. Alarming statistics show that caregivers are overworked, stressed and even burnout. Many feel under-appreciated, and underpaid, considering leaving the industry entirely. And Covid-19 has made the situation even worse. The session will discuss the root causes of this crisis and how value-based healthcare can help hospitals to use resources more wisely and create a better working environment for doctors, nurses and other clinical staff.
With many projects, initiatives and organisations like ICHOM, the patient voice is integral to defining and delivering value. Patients are involved in working and advisory groups but is it an equal seat and opportunity to make a difference? The session will explore the key factors that will allow an equal and meaningful patient involvement in healthcare decision-making, research and policy development. Speakers will discuss the importance of capacity and education building, the need for language commonality and well-structured meetings and discussions allowing patients to bring fresh valuable perspectives.
The panel of international public and private payers will explore the barriers to transitioning towards VBHC payment incentive models. The discussion will focus on key challenges and cultural shifts required for a new way of funding care. By the end of the session you will hear the payer perspective on:
The session will provide an example of VBHC implementation from a multi-stakeholder perspective in the Catalonia region. Panel will discuss and share their experience on creating a mutually-beneficial collaboration between government, provider, MedTech and pharma companies, patient organisation and external suppliers to deliver a more innovative, resilient and patient-centred care system. Speakers will share lessons learnt on managing the culture change, getting the right partners on board, setting up new models for collaboration and introducing the right incentives.
The session will showcase examples of how benchmarking best practices results in quality, efficiency and outcomes improvement.
As a live attendee you will have a unique opportunity to ask a selected panel of VBHC experts and pioneers about any pitfalls, challenges and processes associated with VBHC implementation and standardised outcomes measurement. Getting free valuable advice can be a gamechanger for your organisation and your patients.
Selected panel will reflect on key takeaways and findings from the conference discussions and share their thoughts on “What the progress we’ve seen mean for the global healthcare community and how we can apply it in different settings for global healthcare transformation?”