The publication of Redefining Health Care, by Professors Michael Porter and Elizabeth Teisberg, helped generate a movement to improve health outcomes and reduce costs through Value-Based Health Care Delivery (VBHCD) practices. Many organizations have already begun to apply these principles, from large multi- hospital providers, to small group practices, health plans, and employers. Michael Porter and the colleagues have developed a curriculum to teach students, practitioners, executives, and others about the new organizational models, measurement approaches, and other key practices for driving value improvement in health care.
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Solving our health care crisis begins with getting all stakeholders to agree on a single overarching goal: improving the quality of care delivered for each dollar spent. Based on the research of Professor Michael Porter, Value-Based Health Care Delivery is a framework for restructuring health care systems around the globe with the overarching goal of value for patients.
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The annual one-week Value-Based Health Care Delivery Intensive Seminar is a non-credit, graduate-level program held at Harvard Business School focusing on in-depth case studie
Courses offered through Harvard Business School’s Executive Education Program include Strategy for Health Care Delivery, which brings together top management and senior physic
A two-and-a-half day course introduces residents and fellows to the Value-Based Health Care Delivery curriculum and its implications for practitioners.
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