AHHA x BCG Global Insights Seminar Series: Building system-wide capability for value-based health care – the NHS England experience

Venue: Online
Date: 08 February 2022 6:30pm to 08 February 2022 08:00pm

In this seminar, Dr Ben Horner will be joined by Head of Population Health Management at the National Health Service, Bevleigh Evans who will share some lessons on their experiences building system-wide capabilities in VBHC. They will discuss effective engagement between central teams and regional provider organisations, including approaches to using data and guidelines and to supporting locally connected pathway development. They will finish by discussing the next evolution of the successful RightCare program.


Bevleigh Evans

Bevleigh is passionate about integrated care, delivering personalised care and reducing health inequalities through population health management. She has over 20 years’ experience of working in and supporting health and local authority to improve the quality of services for their local population.

Bevleigh works at NHS England as Head of Population Health Management and works in System Transformation that has responsibility for delivering system transformation for better, more sustainable care across the 42 Integrated Care Systems (ICSs). 

She has delivery responsibility for the PHM Development Programme and the PHM Place Programme that is focused on identification at risk groups using a quality improvement approach to support teams  to develop and deliver truly integrated care exploring new contracting, incentives and payment models across providers.

Dr Ben Horner

Ben Horner is a Managing Director and Partner in BCG's London office. He works with the National Health Service and private hospitals, focusing on both rapid financial improvement and health economy transformation. He also works across Western Europe.

In his recent projects, Ben has led the execution of four NHS hospital financial improvement programs, redesigned clinical pathways, created sustainable services across health systems, and conducted strategy and operational reviews for private acute care hospitals.

Prior to joining the firm, Ben was a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University in a transatlantic collaborative PhD program as part of the team due to perform the first British face transplant. Ben worked as a doctor for eight years, specialising in plastic surgery.

Additional speakers to be announced shortly.

This seminar is FREE for AHHA members*. To get your discount code email  communications@ahha.asn.au.

*excludes personal basic members

Personal Basic Members receive a 10% discount. Email communications@ahha.asn.au for your discount code. 

View the full list of seminars part of the series here.