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Value In Health Week 2021

8th - 12th November 2021

We continue to drive forward the value-based healthcare agenda in Wales with another week full of discussions, presentations and practical workshops. 

These sessions are a great opportunity to discover how value-based healthcare is being enabled and delivered throughout Wales, and hear from special guests who’ll be providing an international perspective too.

Click ‘More’ on each of the options below to read synopses and view a full recording of the live sessions too. 


Mon 8th Nov Tues 9th Nov Wed 10th Nov Thurs 11th Nov Fri 12th Nov
Value in Health Week Keynote Discussion 2021

Introduction to PROMs Analysis

Health Board focus: Swansea Bay UHB - Digitalising a lifestyle programme

Value based healthcare across the World

Highlights from the Major Trauma Network

PROMs data visualisation - examples and lessons learnt

A Scan for Safety Wales - Collecting today’s information to answer tomorrow's questions

Health Board focus: Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB - a collaborative approach to heart failure care

Person Centred Value-Based Health Care

Clinical Outcomes – Access to Audit and Registry data

The Value-Based Health and Care Academy in Wales: what does it do? 

The Wales National Multiple Myeloma Dashboard: Providing Visible Real World Data in Haemato-Oncology

An introduction to value based agreements

Optimising health literacy to improve outcomes

Improving diabetes prevention and care – a value based healthcare approach

  Health Board Focus: Cardiff and Vale UHB - Putting the patient at the centre - a NET cancer example of patient centred care

Bringing data to life

Health Board focus: Hywel Dda University Health Board - Cardiovascular Conditions (ACS and HF)

Health Board focus: Betsi Cadwaladr UHB - Improving outcomes, experience and costs of hip and knee arthoplasty surgery

  How can we use patient generated data to support care?

Benchmarking in the context of value based healthcare

PROMs interoperability and semantics – how PROMs are trailblazing an open architecture model for NHS Wales

Health Board focus: Aneurin Bevan UHB - The psychological wellbeing practitioner service - service evaluation through outcome collection

    Lymphoedema Wales - setting pace in the value based healthcare initiative

Using Patient Reported Measure to Improve Care for IBS Patients