mission

The Chair of Value in Health conducts teaching and research activities focusing on Value-Based Health Care (VBHC), a standardized approach comparing patient health gains in real-life. We train decision-makers to pioneer value-driven initiatives where patient outcome is central. The Chair also promotes academic research on patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs), and the interplay of monetary and non-monetary incentives on high-value care.

As part of the Université Paris Cité Medical School – one of the largest and most selective in Europe – the Chair organizes a series of VBHC conferences to accelerate the transformation of healthcare systems.

Prof. Gregory KATZ

Chair of Value in Health
Université Paris Cité Medical School

Value-Based Health Care
Postgraduate Diploma

The Université Paris Cité offers a unique VBHC Postgraduate Diploma to help pragmatic leaders make high-value care a reality. This hybrid training program includes VBHC concepts, implementation methods, use cases, immersion visits and outstanding networking opportunities. Each year, from July to December, a small group of participants interacts with world-class experts and mentors around a series of operational challenges:

  • Mobilize internal resources around a standardized value agenda;
  • Build a community of practice with iterative improvement loops;
  • Make outcome data independent, insightful and actionable;
  • Involve patients in shared decision-making;
  • Transform care pathways with patient case-mix adjustment;
  • Incentivize high-value care with interplay of remuneration & reputation;
  • Purchase devices and drugs through value-based procurement.

 

Pioneering Value-Based Health Care is essentially about leadership. This six-month part-time graduate program is an outstanding learning opportunity to challenge yourself, meet other talents, and stimulate your mind. All in one semester.

Key Learnings

Capture the founding principles of Value-Based Health Care

Learn from a variety of VBHC ecosystems through immersion visits

Use tools & methods to drive change in healthcare organizations

Navigate the nine steps framework to implement a VBHC registry in real life

Co-create with a team of mentors & experts an action plan to implement an outcome-based ecosystem

Syllabus

Module 1 - Measuring Value 

Face-to-face, Nantes/Paris, France - July 4-5 2024 (Thursday and Friday)

Module 2 - Comparing Value

Online - September 6-7, 2024 (Friday and Saturday)

Module 3 - Improving value

Face-to-face, Cardiff, Wales - October 3-4, 2024 (Thursday and Friday)

Module 4 - Unlocking Value (ICHOM Conference)

Face-to-face, Amsterdam, Netherlands - October 21-23, 2024 (Monday - Wednesday)

Module 5 - Incentivizing Value

Face-to-face, Paris, France - December 6-7, 2024 (Friday and Saturday)

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Faculty

Academic director
  • Prof. Gregory Katz, Chair of Value in Health, Université Paris Cité School of Medicine, Academic director of the Value-Based Health Care Graduate Program
Faculty
  • Pieter de Bey, Managing Director, Santeon Hospital Group
  • Jean-Marc Bourez, CEO, EIT Health
  • Jens Deerberg, CEO RoMed Kliniken, Former President of ICHOM
  • Susanna Gallani, Assistant Professor in Accounting & Management, Harvard Business School
  • Anca Toma, Executive Director, European Patients’ Forum
  • Martin Ingvar, Professor of Integrative Medicine, Karolinska Institute, co-founder of ICHOM
  • Stefan James, Professor of Cardiology, Uppsala University Hospital
  • Stefan Larson, Co-founder of ICHOM, Senior advisor in healthcare
  • Sally Lewis, National Clinical Lead for Value-Based and Prudent Healthcare, NHS Wales
  • Paul van der Nat, Manager and senior researcher, St. Antonius Hospital, Santeon
  • Peter Pitts, President, Center for Medicine in the Public Interest, former FDA Associate Commissioner
  • Andrea Pusic, Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School,Director of Patient-Reported Outcomes, Value & Experience Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
  • Zirui Song, Associate Professor of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School, Internal Medicine Physician, Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Dennis van Veghel, Director of the Netherlands Heart Registration
  • Anca Toma, Executive Director, European Patients’ Forum
  • Maarten Akkerman, Head Medical Affairs & Value-Based Healthcare North West Europe at Medtronic, Member of the Board of directors Diabeter
  • Danny Havenith, President of the European Health Public Procurement Alliance
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Admissions

Diversity of profiles

We welcome participants with a diversity of professional backgrounds:

Applications

Apply until April 30, 2024
1

To apply for the class of 2024, please send the following documents to raquel.pereira-correia@u-paris.fr

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Upon receipt, an appointment will be set up for an interview with the jury.

3

Admissions are confirmed the week following the interview.

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