Priorities in value-based healthcare

Priorities in value-based healthcare

NSW
Aug 16
CEDA welcomes Dr Stephen Duckett and industry stakeholders to discuss trends and priorities in value-based healthcare.

Speakers

Dr Stephen Duckett, Health Program Director, Grattan Institute
Dr Nigel Lyons, Deputy Secretary, Health Systems Strategy and Planning, NSW Ministry of Health
Dr Zoe Wainer, Head of Public Health and Medical Director, Bupa
Leanne Wells, Chief Executive Officer, Consumers Health Forum of Australia

Event overview

How do healthcare providers and governments improve patient outcomes while reducing cost in the context of an ageing population, increasing needs and expectations, and within a tighter fiscal environment?

Value-based healthcare seeks to improve health outcomes that matter to patients by changing how we receive and provide care and using insights to further inform expenditure, clinical models and the experience of receiving and giving care.

This event will examine:

  • Opportunities for a more sustainable healthcare system through value-based procurement, where purchasing decisions are based on overall value rather than cost alone;
  • Greater integration of care teams and better use of existing services and technologies;
  • Achieving scalability of existing initiatives to better address chronic health conditions such as heart disease and diabetes; and
  • International examples and best practice in delivering value-based healthcare.

Event presentations

Grattan Institute, Dr Stephen Duckett MP3 

Moderated discussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

Dr Stephen Duckett
Health Program Director, Grattan Institute

Dr Stephen Duckett has held top operational and policy leadership positions in health care in Australia and Canada, including as Secretary of what is now the Commonwealth Department of Health. He has a reputation for creativity, evidence-based innovation and reform in areas ranging from the introduction of activity-based funding for hospitals to new systems of accountability for the safety of hospital care. An economist, he is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Science.

Meet the panel

Dr Nigel Lyons
Deputy Secretary, Health Systems Strategy and Planning, NSW Ministry of Health

Dr Nigel Lyons has almost 30 years’ experience in the NSW Health system as a clinician, manager and executive. He is the Deputy Secretary Strategy and Resources, at the NSW Ministry of Health where he is responsible for strategic health policy development, inter-jurisdictional negotiations and funding strategies, system-wide planning of health services including mental health, setting the direction for child and family health policy and driving the whole of government strategy for Women NSW.

Dr Zoe Wainer
Head of Public Health and Medical Director, Bupa

Dr Zoe Wainer is the Head of Public Health and Medical Director at Bupa Australia and New Zealand. She is Chair of the Board of Dental Health Services Victoria and a Director on the Board of the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation. Her passion and expertise in public health has driven formal and informal collaborations with ICHOM and Harvard Business School in value based health care across multiple organisations and she has a continued advocacy focus on the importance of sex differences across health from basic research to health systems implications. 
 

Leanne Wells
Chief Executive Officer, Consumers Health Forum of Australia

Leanne is the Chief Executive Officer of the Consumers Health Forum of Australia. She is a health advocate and service executive with over thirty years’ experience in health and social policy, program and service development. Leanne has held executive positions within federal government and in national and state non-government organisations.  Leanne is Board Director of Coordinare South East New South Wales’ Primary Health Network, the Ozhelp Foundation, PainAustralia and the Australian Pharmacy Council. She is the Independent Chair of Coordinare’s Community Advisory Committee.  She has several advisory appointments including the Commonwealth’s Primary Health Care Advisory Group, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation’s International Expert Advisory Committee and the Primary Care Committee of the Australian Commission for Safety and Quality in Healthcare’s Board.  Leanne has tertiary qualifications in communications and business. She is a member of both the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australian Institute of Management. 

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