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.
The Université Paris Cité offers a unique VBHC Graduate Program 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:
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.
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
We welcome participants with a diversity of professional backgrounds:
Upon receipt, an appointment will be set up for an interview with the jury.
Admissions are confirmed the week following the interview.