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DIA 2018 Global Annual Meeting

The DIA 2018 Global Annual Meeting brings together thousands of innovators from around the globe.

Developing and Partnering on Evidence for Outcomes and Value Assessment: Standardizing Measurement for Patient-Centered Care

    Session Chair(s)
      Richard  Gliklich, MD

      Richard Gliklich, MD

      • Chief Executive Officer
      • OM1, United States
    Developing and partnering on evidence needs is critical for the success of value-based care. This session will present results from multi-stakeholder efforts focused on delivering standardized outcomes and value assessment that are patient centric.
    Learning Objective : Describe how outcomes and value are currently assessed and why standardization of measurement is necessary to support value-based care; Discuss how key stakeholders can partner on evidence needs; Identify how standardization is derived from and ultimately supports patient-centered care and how it can be automated with new health IT-driven approaches.
      Elise  Berliner, PhD

      Standardized Outcomes Measurement

      Elise Berliner, PhD

      • Director, Technology Assessment Program
      • Agency For Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), United States
      Cara  Kraft

      Patient Perspective

      Cara Kraft

      • Director of Research and Evaluation
      • Allergy & Asthma Network, United States