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WHY BVHC

Improving health outcomes while optimising resource use

Healthcare currently faces several key challenges.

Better Value Healthcare helps you address these, with solutions, by:

  • Offering guidance on healthcare leadership
  • Facilitating a shift towards systems thinking within healthcare

We offer a selection of training packages in a range of subject areas and can offer blended learning opportunities to best meet your needs. If face-to-face learning and having the chance for discussion with other learners and trainers sounds good to you then we can offer this.

If you prefer to study in your own time and at your own speed then one of our online learning packages might better fit your needs. Or we can offer blended packages which incorporate the best of both.

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to increase the capabilities of healthcare professionals so they can deliver better patient and population outcomes while also optimising resource utilisation for the populations they are accountable to.  In other words, to deliver better value healthcare.

OUR FOCUS

We are focused on building our client’s capabilities rather than building dependencies and our highly experienced staff and associates will work with you and help you and your team build your capabilities, to identify the key problems you can influence and to use our tried and tested methods to create change and embed a culture of sustainable improvement in your healthcare system.

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BVHC NEWS

1512, 2017

Interview with Muir Gray in Healthcare Leader Magazine

December 15th, 2017|0 Comments

Professor Sir Muir Gray has recently been interviewed by Angela Sharda, and features in the December issue of Healthcare Leader magazine. What should a 21st century NHS look like? What I would like is for [...]

1411, 2017

Better Value Healthcare in Singapore

November 14th, 2017|0 Comments

On October 12th, BVHC's Dr Anant Jani was in Singapore to give a talk at the Singapore Health and Biomedical Congress on the lessons learned in implementing triple value healthcare in the UK.  Over [...]

2310, 2017

Is There Overuse of Surgery for Women with Breast Cancer?

October 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

Here is an article reporting that a ‘majority of women”….did not find statements about these harms to be believable and persuasive’ http://journals.lww.com/lww-medicalcare/Abstract/2017/10000/Women_s_Awareness_of_and_Responses_to_Messages.3.aspx The review of the historical development of surgery of increasingly intensive surgery [...]