Program

EVENT SCHEDULE

PCSI 34th Annual Conference

 

Schedule

 

 

Day 0 - Workshops

Tuesday, 12 November 2019

For in depth information of workshops: Description of workshops

Time/Venue

Auditorium

Hovedbanen

Tivoli+Vesterbro

Kødbyen+Enghave

8:30

Registration

09:30-12:30

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PARALLEL WORKSHOP SESSION 1

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Workshop 1

A smooth introduction to casemix for newcomers  

 

 

 

Jean Marie Rodrigues and faculty of PCSI Summer School

Workshop 2

Acute Care Classification Development in the Australian Landscape,

 


James Downie and Sean Heng from the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority.

Workshop 3

From Case Mix to Clinics:
From case-mix to clinical applications,

 

 

 

Dr. Michael Wilke and co-presenters

12:30-13:30

Lunch

13:30-16:30

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PARALLEL WORKSHOP SESSION 2

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Workshop 4

Using roll-ups of Canada’s DRGs (high level CMG rollups, levels of care and most responsible provider) to help inform high-level health system planning in remote and rural areas.

 

Yvonne Rosehart, Manager, Case Mix, Canadian Institute for Health Information
Sheril Perry, Program Lead, Case Mix, Canadian Institute for Health Information

Workshop 5

Improving Population Health Management through Risk Adjustment.

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Stephen Sutch, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
Alan Thompson, Johns Hopkins HealthCare

Workshop 6

Clinical Costing – Methods and Approaches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kevin Ratcliffe, Dept. Health Tasmania

17:00

PCSI invites the conference to a welcome reception held at the conference venue

Please note program is subject to change

Day 1 - Conference

Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Time/Venue

Auditorium

Hovedbanen

Tivoli+Vesterbro

Kødbyen+Enghave

8:00

Registration

09:00-10.00

Welcome to Conference presentation    




10:00-10:45

Keynote Presentation:  Anita Charlesworth


“Payment reform to improve value in the English NHS; trends in acute care, mental health and primary care”

10:45-11:15

Break/Poster session




11:15-11:45

Integrated Programme Plenary

11:45-12.00

Break

12:00-13:00

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PARALLEL SESSION 1

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NORDIC TRACK

Casemix/Classifications

Data/analytics 1

Funding 1

Quality 1

Patient casemix system in social care

 


Elina Hermiö, Finland

Achieving Efficiency, Transparency and Accuracy in the Pricing Process

Steve Gillett, Jonas Akuffo and Martin Odhegba

One step forward in the Slovenian DRG System


Anka Bolka and Karmen Grom Kenk

Unintended Consequences of DRGS Payment in Indonesia

Atik Nurwahyuni, Royasia Viki Ramadani and Budi Hidayat

Creating a common grouping logic for in and out patients, DkDRG2018

 

 


Katarina Bjerg-Holm, Denmark

Assign levels-of-care and most responsible provider to CMG+ for improved case mix reporting in remote and rural regions

Sheril Perry, Rachel Zhang and Yvonne Rosehart

Feasibility study on the introduction of a DRG-based financing model for Luxembourg hospitals

 

François Muller

Implementing a national pricing model to support safety and quality improvement in public hospitals

 James Downie

Using ICF and KVÅ, two classifications, in community-based health care to describe patients’ functioning, goals, needs, interventions, and results


Ann-Helene Almborg, Sweden

The Aisbett method – description of a disproportionate stratification sampling methodology for clinical coding audits


Jack Aisbett and Cliona Odonovan

Relative Weight for Thai Diagnosis Related Groups version 6.2


Orathai Khiaocharoen, Chairoj Zungsontiporn, Sumethee Cheyprasert and Supasit Pannarunothai

Australian Potentially Preventable Readmissions Demonstration Project




Marc Berlinguet, Meegan Snell and Dave Schaller

13:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:00

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PARALLEL SESSION 2

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NORDIC TRACK

Funding

Integrated care special track 1

Classification 1

Quality 2

From volume to value - changing the purchasing process

 


María Heimisdóttir, Iceland

Perinatal care shifting to integrated care

 



Sanne Lubbers, Casemix

Structural reform of a medical procedures’ classification



Djohra Azzi, Pol Leclercq, Sarah Bardiaux and Magali Pirson

Impact of financial incentives to reduce hospital readmissions

Jim Pearse, Deniza Mazevska, Eileen Robertson and Christine Stone

Activity based financing of outpatient laboratory tests through implementation of NPU terminology (Nomenclature for Properties and Units)



Terje Melhuus Line, Norway

The Epithal Project for COPD in Denmark and its digital support

 

 

 


Lars Kayser, København University Søren Vingtoft

Gaining weight each day: Changepoint analysis of gestational age and birth weight

Olga Endrich, Karen Triep, Nenad Torbica, Martin Fiedler, Mathias Nelle, Christos Nakas and Luigi Raio

Measuring guideline-adherence to diagnostics in sexually transmitted infections by using large scale CaseMix routine data


Michael Wilke and Luis Stiefenhofer

The Danish financing model, how DRGs are used in Denmark

 

 


Anders Rud-Svenning, Denmark

Towards value based financing in Dutch hospital care

 



Richard Heijtink Dutch Healthcare Authority

How do providers respond to DRG classification changes: Evidence from Switzerland





Katja Grasic

An interactive live dashboard for risk adjusted Hospital Acquired Complications (HAC)


Paul O Connor, Cathy Jones and Cliona O’Donovan

15:00-15:30

Break/Poster session

15:30-16:30

Keynote Presentation: Svend Særkjær


"Value-Based Healthcare"

17:00-18:00

Poster demonstration


PCSI invites to an informal gathering at the conference venue

Please note program is subject to change

Day 2 - Conference

Thursday, 14 November 2019

Time/Venue

Auditorium

Hovedbanen

Tivoli+Vesterbro

Kødbyen+Enghave

8:00

Registration

09:00-10.00

Keynote Presentation: Tobias Wirén (NordDRG)


“Value-based practices from Capio St. Görans Hospital"




PCSI AGM (part 1)

10:30-11:00

Break/Poster session




11:00-12:00

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PARALLEL SESSION 3

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NORDIC TRACK

Costing/Payment Models

Integrated care special track 2

Classification 2

Clinical coding 1

Cost per patient in home care 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Kirsi Kumpuvaara-Virkkala, Finland

Predicting healthcare pathways for integrated funding model

Hyacinthe Kankeu Tchewompi, Chabi-Fabrice Elegbede, Nathalie Rigollot, Marie-Caroline Clément, Pierrick Charbonnier, Marc-Antoine Sanchez, Véronique Sauvadet-Chouvy, Mériem Saïd and Joëlle Dubois

JHU-ACG Emergency Department Visit Classification

 

 

 

 


Stephen Sutch, Klaus Lemke and Shannon Murphy

Role of HIM in Value Based Care

 

 

 

 

 

 


Narendar Sampath Kumar

A case costing model for primary care in Sweden

 

 



Ralph Dahlgren, Mikael Havasi, Jan Sölch, Sweden

Promoting digital care in the Netherlands,

 

 



Bernard Creutzburg Dutch Healthcare Authority

The Australian Emergency Care Classification

 



James Downie, Deniza Mazevska and Jim Pearse

Clinical coding workforce reviews leading to clinical complexity, measuring coder competency and work allocation

Beth Reid, Cassandra Rupnik, Lee Ridoutt  and Paul O'Connor

Inter-country collaboration through the NordDRG case





Martti Virtanen, Nordic Casemix Centre

Population health management in France: specifying and analyzing populations through the DRG system

Sandra Gomez, Stéphane Finkel and Antoine Malone

On the challenges of building a casemix classification for community-based health care

 


Conrad Kobel

12:00-13:00

Lunch

13:00-14:00

Keynote Presentation: Stefanie Weber


"ICD-11"

14:00-14:30

Break/Poster session

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PARALLEL SESSION 4

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14:30-16:00

NORDIC TRACK

Coding/New care models

Costing

Data/analytics 2

Activity Based Health System Strategies

How to deal with new technologies and health care delivery models in casemix and ABF - The Norwegian approach

 

Fredrik A.S.R. Hanssen, Norway

Costing with missing data – what can we do? Examples from the Slovenian cost weight calculation 2018/2019



Michael Wilke

Benchmarking the effectiveness of hip replacement among 12 Belgian hospitals

Fabian Dehanne, Maximilien Gourdin and Magali Pirson

Activity Based Funding Implementation plan 2019-2022 – The story so far and going forward


Brian Donovan

Quality control in clinical coding at Skåne University Hospital, Sweden

 

 

 

 



Åsa Wresros, Denise Olsson, Jessica Degrér, Sweden

Patient costing and its value in Canadian healthcare

 

 

 

 

 


Patrick Power

Model calculations for introducing value-based principles in a performance-based reimbursement system with regard to quality and health outcomes of patients who underwent hip and knee replacement

Mihály Dr. Pálosi and Juilanna Dr. Nagy

Improving Clinical Engagement in Setting National Prices in the National Health Service in England

 

 

 


Steve Gillett, Jonas Akuffo and Jarvis Punsalan

Episode of the care - developments in Estonia

 

 

 


Malle Avarsoo, Estonia

Issues of measuring patient costing in Korea

 

 


Euasin Joung

Hospital performance contracting reforms and case-mix: a time-series analysis using register data from Lebanon

Jade Khalife, Walid Ammar, Fadi El Jardali and Bjorn Ekman

Public Private Partnerships – a Value Based Contracting Model

 


Amanda Ling

Cost of a Standard Resident Day Indicator and Its Potential Uses


Yujin Jiang

Luxembourg - EHR important tool for integrated care and health improvement



Cristian Circiu

Using Primary Care Data to Identify and Address Unexplained Variation in Primary Care

 


David Shepherd, Mark Pierce, Alan Thompson and James Barrett

16:00-16.45

Integrated care panel

16:45-17:15

PCSI AGM (part 2)

19:00

PCSI Gala Dinner


The dinner will take place at The National Museum of Denmark (see information page)

Please note program is subject to change

Day 3 - Conference

Friday, 15 November 2019

Time/Venue

Auditorium

Hovedbanen

Tivoli+Vesterbro

Kødbyen+Enghave

10:00-11:00

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PARALLEL SESSION 5

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Integrated care

Funding 2

Topics in casemix

Clinical Coding 2


Development of a new model to fund episode of care in France

Nathalie Rigollot, Marie-Caroline Clement, Chabi-Fabrice Elegbede, Hyacinthe Kankeu Tchewompi, Pierrick Charbonnier, Marc-Antoine Sanchez, Joëlle Dubois, Mériem Saïd and Véronique Sauvadet-Chouvy

Using Patient Cost Data to Support Interprovincial Billing in Canada

 

 

 

 


Anyk Glussich and Greg Zinck

Feasibility study - Fixed rate packages for outpatient services

 

 

 


Fabian Gfeller, Constanze Hergeth, Rémi Guidon and Simon Hölzer


Casemix and Clinical Data Coding Future

 

 

 

                      

 

Jean Marie Rodrigues



Triple Aim in practice: Creating territories for population health Innovative approaches for a large scale clinical integration project in France

Sandra Gomez, Stéphane Finkel and Antoine Malone

High Costs National Health Insurance Implementation (NHI) at Hospital Level: Indonesia’s Case

 

 


Aditia Nugroho

Continuous benchmarking of value through entire episodes of care between Nordic countries

 


Carl Willers and Jonas Wohlin


Working towards ICD-11

 


Olafr Steinum, Veronica Myrelid, Sølvi Henriksen, Katriina Pernaa-Bäckman, Maria Svensson-Boreklev and Bente Nessan


Multimorbidity and its Impact On Integrated Care


 

 


Stephen Sutch and Alan Thompson

Accounting for Systematic Cost variations within casemix categories: The Approach and Experience in the English NHS


Steve Gillett and Jonas Akuffo


Quality in - Quality Out – experiences from a clinical coding auditor’s participation in an international audit




Anna Maria Sealy and Cliona O’Donovan


11:00-11:30

Break/Poster sessions

11:30-12:30

Keynote Presentation: Jonas Wohlin


“How health care governance models can be designed and implemented to enable health systems to focus on producing health”.

12:30-13:00

Closing the conference

13:00

Lunch to go

Please note program is subject to change

 - Programme updated 21 october 2019 -

PCSI 2019

34th Annual Conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark

LATEST NEWS

 

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


First keynote speakers announced.

3 Jun, 2019

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