Person-Centred Care | Prof. Salman Rawaf
People-centered care also requires that people have the education & support they need to make decisions & participate in their own care. Click on the below button to download the soft copy of the presentation by Prof. Salman Rawaf.
- Contextualizing science in the aftermath of the evidence-based medicine era: on the need for person-centered healthcare
- Person-centred Healthcare Strategies Outlines
- Health System Reform - Primary Care Development
- Policy, Strategy and Planning - Leading in Hospital Management
- Policy, Strategy and Planning For Person-Centred Care CARE - Quality and Safety
Demystifying SIX SIGMA | Dr. Ossama Mosallam
Six Sigma empowers and enables you to effect remarkable change, no matter your position in your organization. Click on the below button to download the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Ossama Mosallam.
How do you create value in the Health care Sector | Prof. Michael Chernew | Professor | Harvard Medical School
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Prof. Michael Chernew. All modern health care systems have struggled with rising health care spending growth for decades. Addressing this challenge requires understanding the causes of spending growth and strategies address it. Importantly those strategies must focus on eliminating waste and promoting value. This webinar will discuss causes of spending growth, methods of identifying waste and two potential strategies to reduce it.
With regards to identifying waste, a number of prominent medical organizations have established initiatives to identify wasteful services. We will discuss those initiatives and evidence regarding the prevalence of delivery of wasteful services.
Two broad approaches to eliminate and control spending growth will be discussed. They include supply side initiatives related to payment system and demand side initiatives intended to engage beneficiaries. Descriptions of these strategies and evidence regarding their impact will be presented.
What you learn:
- To understand the causes of spending growth.
- To explore tools to identify waste.
- To understand supply and demand side strategies to control spending and spending growth.
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How an intelligent Infrastructure can help Reduce Operating Costs and Improve Patient Care | Mr. Graeme Robertson | CEO Schneider Electric
Ihsaan in Healthcare: Approaches and Tools for Performance Improvement | Dr. Najib Azhar | DeVry University, USA
This document is the soft copy of the presentation. The term Ihsaan signifies striving for excellence; that is, continually improving performance. In other words excellence is a journey not an event. The Prophet (saw) said, "Allah has prescribed excellence in all things." Thus we should strive for excellence in any and all acts that we do. In addition the importance of excellence in the healthcare environment is above all other industries, as it impacts human life and the quality of human life directly.
This can be determined considering the following verse of Al-Quran which emphasizes the far reaching impact of ones actions where human life is concerned. .. if anyone slays a human being - unless it be [in punishment] for murder or for spreading corruption on earth - it shall be as though he had slain all mankind; whereas, if anyone saves a life, it shall be as though he had saved the lives of all mankind. Quran: (5:32)
Can Business Model Innovation Help Health Care Delivery? | Stephen E. Chick | Novartis Chaired Professor of Healthcare Management INSEAD
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Stephen E. Chick.
Health care is in crisis in many countries, and for many reasons: demographic shifts, an explosion of innovation, budget considerations, public debate about access and equal quality, and other challenges. While many believe that technology innovation is a great solution, and it is true that innovations in biotechnology, computing technology and other fields offer wonderful new possibilities, this webinar will explore another potentially highly powerful force: business model innovation. Business model innovation is rethinking how resources, activities, and processes are configured in a way which changes the game in how value is delivered to consumers. We will explore some examples of business model innovation from fashion, computing, and other areas, and discuss how business model innovation is already having an important impact to benefit patients in the field of health care delivery, and some thoughts about how these ideas might be pushed further.
What will you learn?
- See examples of business model innovations which have changed the way that several industries compete, and understand principles for how they have done so.
- See some best practice examples in healthcare delivery.
- Identify patterns which might help transfer business model innovations across sectors, including to and from health care.