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Patient Centricity – What does it Really Mean?

What are Necessary Steps towards Outcome-Driven Health Systems?

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April 18, 2:00PM - 3:15PM (Central Europe Standard Time)

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Patient Centricity – What does it Really Mean?

Bettina Ryll
Melanoma Patient Network Europe, Sweden

Of late, there has been lot of focus on patient centricity. This session will explore critical questions around this topic: How can a patient-centered approach become a comprehensive mission for healthcare? How can we focus and reflect on patient priorities and experience as a form of evidence?

Presentation(s) & Speaker(s):
Patient Generated Data: Are we prepared for the Tsunami?
Alison Bourke, MSc, RPh, FISPE
Scientific Director
IQVIA, United Kingdom

Data Driven Patient Centricity
Matthew May, MS
Programme Coordinator, EUPATI Project
EUPATI, Switzerland

The All.Can patient survey on outcomes and inefficiency in cancer care will be presented. Findings may prompt discussion using patient experience as an evidence base for policy change focused on efficiency – in cancer care but also more generally.
Suzanne Wait, PhD, MPH
Managing Director
The Health Policy Partnership, United Kingdom