Value based health care
Value based healthcare is not about the price of care but takes into consideration both the outcomes important to patients, and the cost of the resources invested in delivering that care. For clinical staff and procurement professionals, quick, pragmatic decision-making should take both outcomes and cost into consideration.
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Check out the value based healthcare education related materials below:
Introduction to health economics and wound care
Value in Health Care Delivery: Value requires quality first
Chronic wounds: Recognising a new disease
The role of the healthcare provider in delivering value
Value and efficiencies in wound care that can be repeated to make savings sustainable
Pressure ulcers: how big is the problem?
Introducing Value-Based Health Care for wounds, part 1
How to implement Value-Based wound care in your practice, part 2
Value-Based Supply: Re-imagining Value from Within
Value-Based Supply: Dynamic competencies and the power of digital transformation