Aiming to raise awareness and encourage the implementation of value-based health care across Europe, we are committed to multiple initiatives:
Working with European politicians and decision-makers to develop and support European and national initiatives.
We are negotiating a European agreement among the main stakeholders in Europe to accelerate action on the ground, with each stakeholder agreeing to an individual action plan and timeline.
Every two years, the EAVBHC holds a Congress to disseminate achievements, inspire health organisations to move to VBHC, empower more European citizens, including clinicians and patients, and inspire more citizens to join the movement #Together4BetterHealth
Regional meetings disseminate knowledge and stimulate regional players to share data, work together, and inspire others to implement VBHC or join the movement #Together4BetterHealth.
Emily is an IT platform that provides clinicians with information on the health outcomes that matter the most to patients, supports the clinicians’ decision-making through data, and empowers patients by giving them access to their outcomes and how they compare with those of other patients.
We are bringing together academics and researchers worldwide to produce scientific research on VBHC and help disseminate evidence about what is happening in Europe regarding health outcomes, processes, and costs, by publishing articles and case studies in peer-reviewed journals.
The Centre for High-Value Care is the epicentre of the European Research Consortium for High-Value Care, which facilitates joint work across Europe and funding from European institutions.
The Centre for High-Value Care is the epicentre of the Academic Research Consortium for High-Value Care. This European consortium facilitates joint work across Europe and funding from European institutions.
Every two years we distinguish the most relevant VBHC cases in Europe.
Our online library disseminates relevant research articles and inspirational case studies.
Dedicated teams promote high-value care on the ground by providing implementation support where it is required. Implementation squads can provide advisory services or undertake work in an organization to make the transformation happen.
The Centre for High-Value Care certifies data used for public purposes.
Our accreditation activity also extends to VBHC projects and organisations.
Tomorrow's clinicians and managers must have consistent training in VBHC as part of their formal education at medical and business schools. The EAVBHC and a group of university professors, researchers, and experts worldwide have developed a curriculum to enable universities across Europe to teach VBHC.
The VBHC course is also available in executive education format, online and in person, at the VBHC Academy and can be customized according to company needs.
Attendance on the course will grant the blue belt professional certification in VBHC and, if associated with a relevant project, will grant the Black Belt certification in VBHC. These professional certifications are awarded by the EAVBHC and the Medical and Business School Coalition for VBHC.
A mobility program that grants those who have training in VBHC a short-term professional activity in an organisation that has implemented VBHC projects. It represents an opportunity for leaders to develop their VBHC skills on the ground learning with those who already have experience on a daily basis.
Free access to educational contents on VBHC