5-day Online Summer School Population Health Management 29 June - 3 July 2020

5-day Online Summer School Population Health Management 29 June - 3 July 2020

An ageing population, epidemiological challenges, rising healthcare costs, and technical developments in the medical sector: Learn about this new strategy and acquire new competences to deal with these current issues.

Join the Summer school of 2020 for an excellent scientific introduction to Population Health Management.

Introduction to Population Health Management

Introduction to Population Health Management

What you learn: A new strategic and game-changing approach in health care.
For whom: Healthcare professionals, Executives from healthcare related organizations, and companies, PhD’s, MSc-students in health related studies.

100% Online Class: Communicate face-to-face with teachers and fellow participants.
Language: English
Course date & time: 29 June - 3 July 2020, from 9.00 to ± 17.00 hrs.
Sign up: before 15 June, places are limited!
Course fee: Professionals: € 750, PhDs: € 375, Master’s students: for free          
Accreditation points: 24 (requested)
Course Materials: Online

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You will work in breakout groups on projects and discuss course content together. Participating is easy: information and login details will be sent to you before the start. Needed: your laptop and your own private place.

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Population Health Management: the new world wide scientific standard

Population Health Management: the new world wide scientific standard

Epidemiologic, demographic and societal challenges put pressure on the sustainability of our health care system. The urgency for a strategy to keep health care costs down — without lowering the quality of health care in the long term — is present more than ever. Healthcare professionals, healthcare insurers and the healthcare industry need to be equipped to meet these challenges proactively (1).

Population Health Management (PHM) is a broadly based response to these challenges and has emerged as an important strategy for health care providers and payers. According to thought leaders, it is to become the new worldwide scientific standard. A game changer.

Are you interested in a more proactive approach in health care? Do you want a key role in a more integrated health care system? Then this Summer School is a good introduction. It offers a thorough overview of the various components in Population Health Management.

Sign up: Before 15 June 2020 (places are limited!). This link will lead you to the Boerhaave Nascholing website.

Participants...

Participants...

  • ...will acquire a good scientific understanding of Population Health Management.
  • ...will evaluate and discuss practical cases. 
  • ...will extend their network by ‘meeting’ fellow participants with various backgrounds online.

For whom: Healthcare professionals (general practitioners, specialists, staff members hospitals, zorggroepen) CMIO’s, policy makers, managers, executives from healthcare related organizations, health it companies, pharmaceutical companies, health insurance companies, consultants, PhD’s, Master’s students in health related studies.

Sign up: Before 15 June 2020 (places are limited!). This link will lead you to the Boerhaave Nascholing website.

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Reviews from previous participants

Dr. D.J. Versluis, MHA, Internist-intensivist, HMC: "PHM gives an excellent insight into the various aspects of public health care and the relationship between them. Awareness of this relationship is essential, to place your own contribution within a broader perspective - and to act upon it within your own domain, in connection with other stakeholders."

Drs Karin J.G. Busch, Regiomanager Zorggroep Hadoks: "The course gave me a concrete understanding of PHM and what it means in daily practice. The combination of theory and practical workshops worked very well."

Loïse M.G. Jacz-Kruithof MD, General Practitioner: “The highlight is working together with all different professionals during the week.”

Daan L. de Frel, PhD LUMC: “I see a lot of patients with a lot of diseases and we cure them in hospital. But I also see a lot of medical sources wasted on items we could cure within the population, outside the hospital. This summer school presented an opportunity to see how you can manage that. How you can zoom in on a specific population and help them, outside the hospital.”

Sign up: Before 15 June 2020 (places are limited!). This link will lead you to the Boerhaave Nascholing website.

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Marc Bruijnzeels

PhD, LUMC

Host & Keynote speaker: 'Fundamentals of Population Health Management'

 

Marc Bruijnzeels

Roos van der Vaart

Researcher, Leiden University

Keynote speaker: 'Introduction Health & Health Behaviour'

Roos van der Vaart

Jessica Kiefte-de Jong

 RD, PhD, Full Professor of Population Health

Keynote speaker: 'Social determinants and Population Health Mangement'

Jessica Kiefte-de Jong

Carl Verheijen

Directeur kennis & innovatie Noaber Foundation

Keynote speaker: 'Regional network'

Carl Verheijen

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More information?

Please contact Martine de Niet: M.de_Niet-Robbers@lumc.nl

The LUMC Boerhaave Nascholing (post graduate education) is responsible for the registration handling of this course.

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LUMC Campus The Hague

LUMC Campus The Hague

The proposed programme will be executed by the LUMC Campus in The Hague. The LUMC Campus The Hague is a partnership between the LUMC (the Leiden University Medical Center), the hospitals Haaglanden Medisch Centrum (HMC) and Reinier de Graaf-HAGA, Leiden University, and the municipality of the Hague (GGD) to create noticeable added value in care, training, medical education and patient-related research in the The Hague region. The close connection to the research conducted by partners of the LUMC-Campus will be a key asset to the PHM programme.

The close connection to the research conducted by partners of the LUMC-Campus will be a key asset to the PHM programme.

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