Workshop discussing the challenges for stakeholders aiming at a value based health care system.
On November 21, 2017, Belgium and WHO signed a country cooperation strategy (CCS) committing Belgium and WHO to collaborate in 5 priority health areas over a period of six years (2016-2022). The first Strategic Priority of this CCS mentions the initiated process of both the federal and regional health ministers to develop national health targets (the Flemish government already adopted a list of health targets in 2000). This initiative was also included in the coalition agreement of the Vivaldi-government (September 2020). Where does Belgium stand on this? What obstacles are still to be overcome? Can we learn anything from successful examples abroad? And in what way can WHO’s expertise be used during the different stages of this process?
13:35 Intro by Pieter Van Herck
13:40 Tina Van Havere (Cabinet Vandenbroucke):Health objectives: State of the Art 13:55 Sara Willems (UGent) 14:10 Ilse Weeghmans (Vlaams Patiëntenplatform): National health objectives: the patients perspective
15:10 Prof. Pedro Pita Barros (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, and member of EPXH): Improving health systems: a view based on the works from the EXPH - Expert Panel on effective ways of investing in health
15:30 - 16:00 Q&A
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Pedro Pita Barros (PhD in Economics) is the BPI | Fundação “la Caixa” Professor of Health Economics at Nova School of Business of Economics, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. He is a member of the European Commission’s “Expert panel on effective ways of investing in health”, a member of the Portuguese National Council of Ethics for the Life Sciences, a member of Portuguese National Health Council, Past-President of the Portuguese Association of Health Economics, and Past-President of the European Association of Health Economics. His research focuses on health economics and on regulation and competition policy and appeared in many academic journals. Pedro Pita Barros has also several books on health economics (in Portuguese and English). He serves on the editorial boards of academic journals in the field of Health Economics. He acted as consultant for both private and public entities, in Portugal and at the European level, in the areas of health economics, competition policy and economic regulation.
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