The data challenge: How and why do we measure patient outcomes?

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In the UK, as across the EU, there is growing interest in improving the effectiveness of our healthcare systems by measuring what patients themselves think about it: What was the outcome of their treatment? But this is easier said than done.

The problem is in the data. Are we measuring the right things? Do we have the systems to gather the data? Will healthcare workers cooperate? Will administrators properly analyse the data? And will policy makers act on it? These are a series of classic Big Data problems that arise in many other fields, but are especially tricky in as politically sensitive a field as health management.

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Programme

Programme

Confirmed speakers

Theo Arvanitis

Chair in e-Health Innovation and Head of Research, Institute of Digital Healthcare, Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick

Chris Bates

Head of Analytics, Informatics & Research, TPP

Stephen Bromhall

UK General Manager, GE Healthcare Digital

Felix Faucon

Inspecteur General & member of the EU expert group on Health Systems Performance Assessment, IGAS

Ian Forde

Policy Analyst, Health Systems Quality and Outcomes, OECD

Neena Gill

Member, European Parliament

Annemarie Haverhals

Leader Value Based Healthcare program, Santeon

Rishi Hazarika

Vice President, Implementation & Courses, ICHOM

Sally Lewis

Assistant Medical Director, Aneurin Bevan Health Board (Wales)

Richard Lilford

Director of Public Health and Pro Dean Research, Warwick Medical School

Meghana Pandit

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust

Daniel Ray

Director of Data Science, NHS Digital

Joan Rodón Mòdol

Associate Dean, ESADE Business School

Harpreet Sood

Senior Fellow, Chair and Chief Executive's Office, NHS England

Contact

For further information, please contact Charlotte Martin @ charlotte.martin@sciencebusiness.net or +32 2 880 30 46.

For further information please contact Charlotte Martin at charlotte.martin@sciencebusiness.net or + 32 2 880 3046.