Please join us at 12:00 pm CST on Thursday, September 17, 2020, for a discussion about partnerships enabling high-value health care. Prof. Elizabeth Teisberg, co-author of “Redefining Health Care: Creating Value-Based Competition on Results” and Executive Director of the Value Institute for Health and Care at the University of Texas at Austin, will lead a discussion of two innovative models of health care partnerships, each working to improve the health outcomes that matter to patients.
Prof. Teisberg will speak with Pieter de Bey, Director of Santeon, the Netherlands, and Kenneth Forsstrøm Jensen, Strategic Market Access Manager for Roche, Copenhagen, Denmark. Santeon is a Dutch cooperative association of seven teaching hospitals across the Netherlands that collaborate on research to improve health outcomes. Roche is a biotech company working with hospitals, researchers, and the Danish government’s health procurement agency to develop new care delivery models that improve patient health outcomes, reduce the burden of care on patients, and decrease spending.
The discussion will consider how these models work and how they accelerate improvement in patient outcomes through both cooperation and competition aimed at improving health. Following the conversation, the speakers will take questions from the audience.