Global health care stakeholders start implementing Person-Centred Value-Based Health Care

On 11th July 2022, the Global Centre for Person-Centred Value-Based Health Care (PCVBHC) hosted its first community of practice event to enable collaboration between different organisations starting to implement PCVBHC.  

Following the publication of the PCVBHC report in September 2021, this exciting first round of implementation aims to introduce and connect partners from the Global Centre for PCVBHC with each other and explore opportunities to collaborate. 

Partners participating in this first PCVBHC community of practice meeting included Amgen, EFPIA, Department of Health, Victoria, Leiden University Medical Centre, Novartis, University of Melbourne, and the Welsh Value in Health Centre.   

At the implementation event, each partner presented their organisation’s PCVBHC vision and goals for the implementation programme, shared the expertise they can contribute to other members, and identified collaborative opportunities to achieve their shared goals. These opportunities included health literacy, care pathway design, bringing the patient voice, and reflecting on how the industry can support PCVBHC implementation at different levels.  

Between now and March 2023, this cohort of partners will meet four times and have regular check-ins with the Sprink team to receive implementation support.

We are very much looking forward to working together with our visionary and committed partners in PCVBHC implementation, and we are looking forward to seeing what they will achieve individually and as a community.  

If you are interested in learning more about this work or would like to discuss future opportunities to get involved in the Global Centre for PCVBHC, please get in touch with Andrea Srur, Associate Director, Global Centre for PCVBHC:

You can also download the 2021 Person-Centred Value-Based Health Care Report here:

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