About this event
The value masterclass brought together senior finance and clinicians to explore the concept of value-based healthcare and its practical application in the NHS. At this event, attendees heard real-life examples of value in progress, learnt about tools to help deliver value in their own organisation or system, and had the opportunity to network and debate with their peers.
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One of the key elements in achieving value is that patients should be involved in discussions about outcomes. Personal Health Budgets provide a great example of where a package of care has been developed with the recipient of the care directly involved. Rob will talk about his experiences
of a number of different approaches to shared decision making, his personal health budget and the
impact it has had on his life.
Jospeh will share details of a project to gauge if pathway redesign based on the principles of value based healthcare could improve outcomes and reduce costs. The session will look at the process
they went through to evaluate two treatment models using value as the key driver. The project team will describe the results of the exercise and the lessons learned.
In this session you will hear how value can be used to frame decisions and to help bring clinical and finance colleagues together to collectively decide on solutions to key issues. Paul will share details of a framework which can be used to assess the impact of strategic and operational decisions within organisations and systems.
Dorset Integrated Care System (ICS) undertook a process to use value as the key driver in assessing how diabetes services are delivered. Michael and Ashley from Dorset ICS will share details of the project and how it has affected how they approach system-level decision making.
Interactive discussion session on reducing waste and improving efficiency.
Improvements in how healthcare is delivered need all parts of the system to work together. On 30 September, London Ambulance Service, East London Health & Care Partnership and the Healthy London Partnership embarked on the ‘Perfect Day’ project to reduce the number of people being taken unnecessarily to hospital by ambulance. Teams of clinicians worked together at centres across north east London to support frontline staff to deliver fast, appropriate and cost-effective treatment often closer to home. Paul and Eileen will share details of the day including the impact it had on services, patient experience and cost and how it is informing their work going forward.
This event is for senior NHS finance and healthcare professionals and will provide delegates with the know-how to begin applying value in practice.
A delegate-led day tackling specific technical costing challenges and discussing some of the practicalities of implementing the costing standards.