The 34th annual Patient Classification Systems International (PCSI) Conference: "Activity-based and value-based healthcare – connecting the dots". The conference will take place from 12-15 November 2019 in the CPH Conference at DGI-byen in Copenhagen, Denmark. This year’s event is also incorporating the 2019 Nordic Casemix Conference.
The theme of the conference "Activity-based and value-based healthcare – connecting the dots" reflects the evolution of activity based funding to incorporate patient and community values in healthcare investments. The conference provides an opportunity for delegates from around the world to present their work on using activity based funding tools, approaches and data to achieve higher value care for individuals and communities, and how they might measure that they’ve achieved this.
The program will include one day of conference workshops followed by two and a half days of stimulating keynote, panel and parallel presentations based around the conference theme. The incorporation of the Nordic Casemix Conference means that there will also be keynote and parallel sessions specific to this system.
The programme is available under the menu Progam.
Registration is open with the option to select conference with workshop or without. For both options the Gala Dinner is included. For more information see under registration.
CPH Conference at DGI-byen is a centrally located meeting venue with top facilities with lots of breathing space, trendy design, and an inspiring atmosphere. It's also offers recreational activities like swimming, climbing, spa and so on. So when you need to recharge there is plenty of options.
It's located just next to the Central Station only 20 minutes from Copenhagen Airport (CPH).
For more information visit https://www.dgi-byen.com/
The PCSI Gala Dinner will take place thursday at 19.00 at The National Museum of Denmark situated in a historic building at the adress:
Ny Vestergade 10, 1479 København K.
Dresscode: Formal dress not required
The National Museum of Denmark is Denmark’s largest museum of cultural history. The museum is a time machine with destinations as diverse as Vikings, Egyptian mummies and a colorful hash stall from Christiania!
The exhibition “Meet the Vikings” will be open during the gala dinner: It welcomes visitors to the multifaceted and influential universe of the Vikings in which awaits warriors, shields maidens, seers and berserkers.
The gala venue is located just 13 minutes walk away from the conference venue DGI-byen. A walking route can be seen in the map
For more information visit https://en.natmus.dk
34th Annual Conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark
Late registration available
8 Nov, 2019
Full programme announced
8 Oct, 2019
Final keynote speaker announced.
Preliminary program updated
3 Sep, 2019
Fourth keynote speaker announced.
16 Jul, 2019
Announced extension of abstract deadline.
1 Jul, 2019
Three keynote speakers announced and extension of abstract deadline.
17 Jun, 2019
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