Session Time: 10:00-11:00 Thursday 11th November
Session synopsis: This session will focus on a discussion around a new global report on Person-Centred Value-Based Health Care (PCVBHC), which was published on the 1st September 2021 (see: https://www.sprink.co.uk/#pcvbhc). Tom will talk to one of the key challenges in healthcare – how do we enable a focus on the individual, while simultaneously equitably managing the needs and preferences of a population? Patients have their own goals and it follows, therefore, their own preferred outcomes, processes and structures of care. How do we understand these preferences? How do we ensure our systems of care are responsive to such preferences? How do we evolve our measurement systems to ensure our data reflects the extent to which we have achieved an individual’s goals? How do we then use this data to support consultations, quality improvement and resource allocation? Finally, how do we do all of this in the context of finite resources that we must use equitably? Tom will explore these challenges and will discuss the report in the context of the implications for different stakeholder groups across our healthcare ecosystems.
Speakers: Dr Thomas Kelley
Duration: 60 minutes