Value-Based Healthcare 2030

The conference "Value-Based Healthcare 2030" will take place on 23.05.2024 at the Park Inn by Radisson Meriton Conference & Spa Hotel in Tallinn. The conference will be webcasted in Estonian and English and will have sign interpretation and written translation.

The link to the conference webcast is HERE


The conference is organised by the Estonian Health Insurance Fund, the Estonian Chamber of Disabled People, the Estonian Cancer Society and the Estonian Association of Pharmaceutical Companies.

23.May 2024

09:30-11:15

Session I - Setting the scene – moving towards value-based healthcare

     09:30-09:45Opening words of the conference: Health as an investment in public health and healthy life years - Minister of Social Protection Signe Riisalo, Ministry of Social Affairs
     09:45-10:15Broadening the perspective - Francesca Colombo, Head of the OECD Health Division
     10:15-10:45Expected changes in the health system over the next 10 years - Rain Laane, Chairman of the Health Insurance Fund
     10:45-11:15What is value-based healthcare - a patient perspective for the future - Egle Kõiv and Karin Rosman
11:15-11:30

Coffee break

11:30-13:10

Session II - Cancer treatment examples

     11:30-11:55Medical and socio-economic aspects of cancer - Dr. Vahur Valvere, Chairman of the Board of the Estonian Cancer Society
     11:55-12:20Lung cancer screening - only early detection enables curative treatment - Associate Prof. Tanel Laisaar, Head of the Tartu University Hospital Pulmonary Clinic
     12:20-12:45An effective treatment pathway starts with an accurate and comprehensive diagnosis - Dr. Kristiina Ojamaa, Head of Tartu University Haematology and Oncology Clinic
     12:45-13:10Artificial harness experience in cancer patients using the OnContact project (breast cancer and colorectal cancer pilot) as an example - Dr. Helis Pokker, Head of The North Estonia Medical Centre Oncology and haematology clinic
13:10-14:10

Lunch

14:10-15:10

III The importance of data - How can data be used more effectively to support the implementation of value-based healthcare?

     14:10-14:25Service provider data collection trends and how to use them? - Prof. Peeter Ross, Director of the Centre for e-Medicine, Institute of Health Technologies, Taltech
     14:25-14:40Trends in national data collection - how to get decision-useful data? - Margus Arm, Director of Health and Welfare Information Systems Centre (TEHIK)
     14:40-15:10IMI project H2O which sets up observatories to collect patient reported outcomes data - Mrs. Melpomeni Styliadou (Takeda), Lead of the H2O project
15:10-15:25

Coffee break

15:25-16:30

Panel discussion: Next steps - how the roles will be shared

          Ministry of Social Affairs, Health Insurance Fund, Pharmaceutical Association, Estonian Chamber of Disabled People, Estonian Cancer Society