The Healthcare Hub
As health systems prioritize resiliency, sustainability and equity, value analysis teams must consider an expanding list of factors beyond cost and quality. From the impacts of climate change to reducing health disparities, Karen Conway, MSc, CMRP, met with a panel of industry leaders to discuss future considerations for healthcare value analysis teams. Read on to learn about their key takeaways and insights into how value analysis and strategic sourcing professionals can support sustainable, affordable and equitable care.
During this on-demand presentation, GHX Vice President of Healthcare Value Karen Conway and industry leaders explore the evolving imperatives facing healthcare system executives. They how highlight how value analysis and strategic sourcing professionals can best prepare themselves, their organizations and the communities they serve for success.
This educational activity is approved by the Association of Healthcare Value Analysis Professionals (AHVAP) for 1.0 hours of continuing education credits to be applied towards the Certified Value Analysis Healthcare Professional (CVAHPTTM) recertification process.
I had the honor recently to moderate a panel with three esteemed industry leaders (and friends):
In case you missed the session, entitled From Equity and the Environment to Resiliency and Risk Management: Future Considerations for Healthcare Value analysis Teams, we will continue the discussion in May at GHX Summit 2023 in Chicago.
We explored how value analysis and strategic sourcing professionals will need to consider an evolving and expanding list of factors as healthcare systems prioritize resiliency, sustainability and equity, in addition to cost and quality. All these factors play important roles as we work to provide more affordable, accessible and equitable healthcare for all.
Here are a few key takeaways from our discussion:
Equity, the environment and risk management are all critical considerations for value analysis and strategic sourcing teams. By understanding the impact of these factors on care delivery, we can help ensure that hospitals are sourcing the most appropriate products to support sustainable, affordable, and equitable care.
This blog only touches on what the four of us covered throughout our conversation. You, too, can join the conversation by watching the webinar.