Hospital Track

27th November – 15:45 – 17:00 – Session III
Education Track

Value-based indicators to measure the impact of research into clinical practice

Currently much of academic and translational validation is done through output measurement. We are all familiar with rankings, impact factors and the like. For research institutes affliated with university hospitals the translation to, and impact on clinical practice is of great importance as well.

In this session we will be discussing a new model – value-based indicators, where research is being evaluated based on the value it adds to clinical practice. This builds on the Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) initiative as well as the  value & outcomes based healthcare movement. RRI implies that societal actors work together during the whole research and innovation process in order to better align both the process and its outcomes with the values, needs and expectations of society. Under value-based care, providers are geared towards and rewarded for helping patients improve their health, reduce the effects and incidence of chronic disease, and live healthier lives in an evidence-based way

  • Responsible Research Innovation (RRI): What does it mean for patients?
  • Impact of research in a clinical setting
  • Lessons learned from the implementation of patient pathways

Chair

Dr. Fatima Nuñez

Dr. Fatima Nuñez

Deputy Director Vall d´Hebron Research Institute

Panel

Patient-reported outcomes and preferences: understanding what really matters

Maisa Omara

Dr. Maisa Omara

BDS,MSc, Researcher in Health
Science, Institute for Outcomes Research, Center for Medical Statistics,
Informatics and Intelligent System, Medical University of Vienna

John Moxham

Prof John Moxham

King´s Health Partners

How to scale up quality in medicine by asking the right questions to the right people?

Thorsten Schlomm

Prof. Thorsten Schlomm

Director Clinic for Urology, Charité

Maria Karsten

Dr. Maria Karsten

Senior Physician Clinic for Gynecology, Charité

Value based indicators in care programs in UZLeuven – lessons learned

Johan Van Eldere

Prof Johan Van Eldere

Ex Medical Director, UZ Leuven

Miquel Casas

Miquel Casas

Senior Consultant at the Vall d’Hebron Psychiatry Department and head of the Research Group in Psychiatry of the Vall d’Hebron Research Institute (VHIR)