International symposium (October 2016)

International symposium (October 2016)

Healthcare Costing for Value Institute

12 October 2016 - 12 October 2016

110 Rochester Row, London



 


In this our first International symposium we will bring you innovative international practice for each stage of the journey that must be taken to measure outcomes and costs, translate data into intelligence, and deliver value-based healthcare. The delegates will hear from some of the world experts in the field, including:

(UK) John Graham - Chair
Deputy Chief Executive and Executive Director of Finance, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust

(UK) Dr. Paul Buss
Medical Director, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board

(UK) Jason Neil-Dwyer
Plastic Surgeon, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

​(UK) Duncan Orme
​Deputy Director of Finance, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

(Germany) Dr. Michael Rabenschlag
Head of Economics, Das Institut für das Entgeltsystem im Krankenhaus

(Australia) Alfa D'Amato
Deputy Director of the Activity Based Funding Taskforce, New South Wales Ministry of Health

(Netherlands) Dr. Jan Hazelzet
Chief Medical Information Officer, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam

(UK) Dr. Thomas Kelley
Vice-President Business Development & Partnerships
International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM)

(Spain) Santiago Delgado Izquierdo
VP, Business Development & Integration, Ribera Salud Hospital System, Valencia

(Spain) Manuel Bosch
Business Analytics Director, Ribera Salud Hospital System, Valencia


Achieving the best value from every pound spent on healthcare has always been a core focus of the UK National Health Service. Getting the most from any healthcare budget must focus on managing the limited resources that are available more effectively so that we can deliver the best possible outcomes for patients.

To state this is simple, but the enormity of the challenge itself is very real for anyone working in healthcare today.  

NHS finance directors, chief finance officers and clinical colleagues, as well as international delegates, are all welcome to attend the symposium. Please see our final programme for more details.

This is the first International symposium that the HFMA Healthcare Costing for Value Institute is hosting. The Institute provides a platform for support and ideas exchange with a focus on applying the theory of value-based healthcare in practice and maximising the value of patient-level costing information. 


Videos
Presentations
Posters
What our delegates thought?

Opening remarks & Enriching relationships – “interfacing financial and clinical visions”
Dr Paul Buss, Medical Director, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
Jason Neil-Dwyer, Plastic Surgeon
Duncan Orme, Deputy Director of Finance, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Laying our foundation - a 15 year journey driving improvements in costing
Dr Michael Rabenschlag, Head of Economics, Das Institut für das Entgeltsystem im Krankenhaus (InEK), Germany

Evidence-informed decision making – maximising the value of patient-level cost data to improve patient care
Alfa D’Amato, Deputy-Director of the Activity Based Funding Taskforce, New South Wales Ministry of Health, Australia

Morning Q&A Session
Dr Michael Rabenschlag, Head of Economics, Das Institut für das Entgeltsystem im Krankenhaus (InEK), Germany
Alfa D’Amato, Deputy-Director of the Activity Based Funding Taskforce, New South Wales Ministry of Health, Australia

Unlocking the potential of value-based health care with global standard outcome measures
Dr Jan Hazelzet, Chief Medical Information Officer and professor in Quality & Outcome, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Dr Thomas Kelley, Vice President, Business Development & Partnerships, International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement and 

Delivering value at the population level
Santiago Delgado Izquierdo, Vice-President, Business Development and Integration Manuel Bosch, Business Analytics Director, Ribera Salud Hospital System, Valencia, Spain

Afternoon Q&A Session
Dr Jan Hazelzet, Chief Medical Information Officer and professor in Quality & Outcome, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Dr Thomas Kelley, Vice President, Business Development & Partnerships, International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement
Santiago Delgado Izquierdo, Vice-President, Business Development and Integration Manuel Bosch, Business Analytics Director, Ribera Salud Hospital System, Valencia, Spain

Main sessions

Opening remarks
Dr Paul Buss, Medical Director, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board

Enriching relationships – “interfacing financial and clinical visions”
Jason Neil-Dwyer, Plastic Surgeon and Duncan Orme, Deputy Director of Finance, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Laying our foundation - a 15 year journey driving improvements in costing
Dr Michael Rabenschlag, Head of Economics, Das Institut für das Entgeltsystem im Krankenhaus (InEK), Germany

Evidence-informed decision making – maximising the value of patient-level cost data to improve patient care
Alfa D’Amato, Deputy-Director of the Activity Based Funding Taskforce, New South Wales Ministry of Health, Australia

Learning Lab Workshops

A) Take a deep breath and do it differently
Dr Jean MacLeod, Associate Medical Director (Consultant Diabetologist) and Stuart Burney, Head of Contracting, Income and Costing, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust

B) Quebec integrated health and social care network experience
Jean Mireault, MD, MSc, Chief Medical Officer, Logibec

C) Tackling unwarranted variation and maximising value in healthcare
Mary O'Brien, Delivery Partner and Martha Coulman, Delivery Partner, NHS RightCare

Main sessions (cont.)

Unlocking the potential of value-based health care with global standard outcome measures - Part 1
Dr Thomas Kelley, Vice President, Business Development & Partnerships, International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement

Unlocking the potential of value-based health care with global standard outcome measures - Part 2
Dr Jan Hazelzet, Chief Medical Information Officer and professor in Quality & Outcome, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Delivering value at the population level
Santiago Delgado Izquierdo, Vice-President, Business Development and Integration and Manuel Bosch, Business Analytics Director, Ribera Salud Hospital System, Valencia, Spain

Closing remarks
Dr Paul Buss, Medical Director, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board


Making effective value-based decisions in healthcare systems
Discover how a Decision Effectiveness Framework can support clinical and finance colleagues to define and measure outcomes in relation to their effects on value.

Teledermatology - innovative use of photography to improve patient outcomes whilst reducing costs
Real life example of delivering value-based healthcare, where improving patient care has led to reduced costs.

Quebec integrated health and social care network experience
Examples of the power of collecting and measuring PLICS across the whole patient pathway, in the hospital and in the community.

The economics of bed reconfiguration
Bed closures do not necessarily translate into savings. Examples of the importance of understanding demand/ capacity and exchange rates of hospital beds to deliver savings and improve patient care across the whole health system.

Maximising the value of PLICS in mental health services
Illustrations of the wide range of ways in which PLICS information can create value for a mental health trust

Optimising the performance of outpatient clinics
How PLICS can make resource utilisation transparent to clinicians and managers, leading to higher levels of clinical engagement and delivering tangible improvements in performance.

Take a deep breath and do it differently
A whole system approach to analysing clinical pathways, using PLICS, clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction surveys, to support the delivery of value-based healthcare.

Big data visualisation as stakeholder engagement tool
Examples of big data visualisations that illustrate current hospital system characteristics and practices and expose possible variation in healthcare provision.

Mending the bones without breaking the bank
A description of the journey taken by finance and orthopaedic colleagues to develop a detailed understanding of each other’s worlds, enabling them to deliver clinical and financial benefits to services, while keeping the patient at the centre of their focus.

Apples with apples –applying value to cataract pathways across Wales
A practical example of applying the concept of value to a clinical pathway across a number of health organisations.

Ground breaking test improves patient outcomes and cuts costs
An example of the importance of measuring the value of diagnostic tests when looking at value across patient pathways.

PLICS - ask your doctors to make it better
One trust’s story of developing their PLICS model since initial implementation using a multi-disciplinary approach, and the lessons learned along the way.

Predictive analytics on theatres and outpatients
Machine learning techniques can be used to predict patient level information, which clinicians can act on to improve outcomes.

Socioeconomic costs and benefits of fracture liaison services in the UK
Evidence-based example of how service redesign can support improvement in patient outcomes and reduce costs.

Achieving transformational change through clinical engagement
Case studies showing how clinical engagement led to transformational and sustainable change, resulting in improvements in clinical outcomes and reductions in costs.


Dr. Sally Lewis, Assistant Medical Director at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.



 

Anwar Zaman, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.