Value-based healthcare: Good practices from Europe

Venue: Online
Date: 03 March 2021 9:00am to 03 March 2021 12:00pm

European countries have been moving towards value-based healthcare to face the growing pressures that their healthcare systems are under. In order to maintain a high quality of care for their population, France, Germany or the Netherlands are implementing new approaches to financing healthcare.

In the Netherlands, the insurers use bundled payment to improve the coordination of care for patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes. In Germany, accountable care organisations are created to care globally for rural populations. In France, a series of experimentations are revolutionising the local care networks. All these initiatives are converging in a rich database that other countries such as Australia can use to figure out their way in the complex landscape of healthcare financing.

In this digital conference, you will hear from:

Dr Jeroen Sturijs, Public Health Researcher, Leiden Faculty of Medicine

Emilie Lebée-Thomas, Director, Dialog Health

Dr Manfred Zahorka, Senior Manager Project Development at OptiMedis AG

Registration includes a virtual study tour of OptiMedis AG, a successful integrated care model in Germany, available for you to watch at your own pace. 

For more information and to register, visit the conference website