Research Conference on Improving the Quality and Affordability of Healthcare Through Co-Production of Healthcare Services
Registration: Early by March 30; Standard by May 22
Date(s): May 23-24, 2017
Location: Cincinnati, OH
The James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence, in conjunction with the Academy for Healthcare Improvement community, invites researchers, clinicians, patients/families and others working at the front lines of improving health to an inter-professional research and methodology conference focused on co-production of healthcare services.
Join them as they work together to understand the science of partnering with patients, both adults and children, to improve health and healthcare.
Researchers, clinicians, patients/families and others working at the front lines of improving health will learn about the emerging field of co-production of healthcare services. These efforts are called by many names – patient centeredness, patient engagement and patient experience – yet each works to ensure effective partnerships between patients and healthcare teams.
This conference will explore the principles, methods and measurement of co-production, as well as the implications and challenges for healthcare delivery system design and health professional development.
A variety of engaging workshops will be offered that include time dedicated to hands-on, interactive application of the methods being learned. Workshops will include topics such as:
- Shared Decision-Making
- Patient-Reported Measures
- N-of-1 Trials to Improve Outcomes
- Social Networking and Social Network Analyses
- Methods to Create a Patient/Stakeholder-Prioritized Research Agenda
Visit the conference website to learn more or to register for the conference.