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HVA is announced as Small Business of the Year 2023 in the Surrey Business Awards.
Outcomes-Based Payment Models (OBPs) offer the opportunity to minimize the uncertainty associated with the reimbursement of new therapies; however, their design and implementation is difficult because they require a whole system shift.
HVA is delighted to have been selected as a finalist in two categories in the upcoming Surrey Business Awards 2023 - Business Innovation of the Year, and Small Business of the Year.
AXA Health announce their participation in the Health Value Alliance's Cancer Performance Indicator.
Matt Hickey, CEO of The Health Value Alliance was a speaker at the Université Paris Cité's International Conference on 16 June 2023. The event was titled, "Transforming Health Systems with Patient Outcomes" and was delivered under the high patronage of President Macron.
The Health Value Alliance is proud to have joined the European Alliance for Value in Health as an Affiliated Organisation.
The Annual Report of All.Can presents the initiative’s achievements and milestones during its sixth year of existence.
Discussing the Economist’s 8th Annual World Cancer Series congress in Brussels, Belgium.
A collaborative policy research project to identify a standard set of metrics to measure cancer care ‘efficiency’.
Newcross Healthcare attended the LaingBuisson Private Acute Healthcare Conference to speak with leading voices in the sector.
Discussing how inefficient cancer care can be a leading factor in poorer outcomes for patients.
The conference covered private hospital performance, highlighted regions with high vacancies and the need to focus on recruiting clinicians within these regions.
Matt Hickey, CEO of The Health Value Alliance was a speaker at the International Oncology Leadership Conference (Barcelona, 2022) Resource Optimization Panel Session.
Discussing the All.Can report (2022) and how efficiency in cancer care is not just about money, but also time, quality of life, and missed opportunities for patients and their families.
The conversation covered health system-level planning for sustainable digital healthcare, ensuring equitable access to health information, alleviating concerns about data privacy, seeing digital health as a complement to current healthcare (rather than replacing it), and much more.
Matt Hickey discuses improving Efficiency in Cancer Care: Highlights and Best Practices from the SPCC/All.Can/SDA Bocconi Project.
Assess efficiency in cancer care and aims to harmonise and set standards in cancer care efficiency globally. The study was produced by The Health Value Alliance in partnership with the University of Southampton.