Episode 02 - How value-based healthcare could create a new healthcare future

By Dr Neil Bacon

In this series about the future of healthcare, Neil is talking to a wide range of individuals, all of whom are working towards tackling the same goal - revolutionising the future of healthcare. Last week Neil discussed the rise of the third healthcare revolution with Sir Muir Gray. This week he meets Professor Gregory Katz, one of the EU's leaders and most dynamic thinkers on value-based healthcare.Gregory is Chaired Professor of Innovation Management and Value in Health at the University Paris-Descartes Medical School. He is also President of the Consortium VBHC France, a non-profit initiative dedicated to accelerate the emergence of standardised patient-reported outcome registries. Gregory’s passion and energy for his vision of the future of healthcare is palpable and contagious. So listen as they discuss why there is a shift away from a silo based approach to healthcare and why change isn’t coming from the top down, but from entrepreneurs working away at the grassroots level.If you’re interested in learning more about how to implement value-based healthcare, Gregory and his team are putting together an open source handbook detailing best practice and proven successful measures - Value-Based Healthcare Handbook (published by EIT House in January 2020).In this episode: What led Gregory into this work The shift away from silo organisations The unsustainability of a volume-based, fee for service approach to healthcare Change isn’t coming from top down, but from entrepreneurs, bottom up What success in healthcare looks like from all sides The idea behind value-based healthcare The importance of informed choices and actionable data for patients Where people should look if they want to see what value-based healthcare looks like  The limitations of Lean healthcare

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