The workshop will aim to build an understanding of case‐mix and its applications, such as funding and quality. It will also give a taste of the schools held by the PCSI. At the end of the workshop participants should be able to:
James Downie, CEO, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
Sean Heng, Senior Technical Advisor, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
Australian Refined Diagnosis Related Groups (AR‐DRGs) group together
treatments and services provided for admitted acute care to enable hospitals to
be funded for these services using Activity Based Funding (ABF) arrangements.
AR‐DRG V10.0 is the first version developed in‐house by IHPA.
This workshop will set the scene by exploring the history of acute classification
development and underpinning constructs:
This workshop will then explore key elements of the Australian Health landscape
and how this has impacted AR‐DRG and ICD‐10‐AM/ACHI/ACS development.
These elements include:
Dr. Michael Wilke, Physician and CEO of Inspiring‐Health
The workshop will aim to explore what added value for clinical work and for the measurement of quality in healthcare systems can be drawn out of routine case‐mix data. Items to be covered include:
Sheril Perry, Program Lead, Case Mix, Canadian Institute for Health Information
This workshop will review the development and application of two broader case‐mix based variables to inform health system planning especially for remote and
rural regions. The two measures include levels of care (acute primary, secondary and tertiary), and provider program – the physician type most commonly reported providing the care for each diagnosis group. Additionally, the methodology options explored, including the use advanced analytics and the rational for the decisions made are reviewed. The overall development process, including external engagement, piloting, and final implementation of the two new variables are outlined. Reporting examples demonstrate how these measures can
help inform hospital care patterns. While the workshop will highlight the
Canadian work undertaken ‐ several break‐out sessions will discuss more broadly:
Dr Stephen Sutch, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
Alan Thompson, Johns Hopkins Healthcare
Dr James Barrett, Johns Hopkins Healthcare
The workshop will provide an introduction to the methods used in ris adjustment for population health, and the numerous applications within the integrated and ambulatory care sectors. Application break‐out sessions to demonstrate and discuss:
We will provide presentations illustrating real world case‐mix applications, summarize findings and provide an open forum for participants to discuss challenges within their organisations and countries. The Johns Hopkins ACG System will be used to illustrate the measurement of population health risk adjustment https://www.hopkinsacg.org/
Kevin Ratcliffe, Dept. Health Tasmania
This Costing workshop is intended to provide an accessible overview clinical costing for managers, students, clinicians and costing practitioners. It is not intended to demonstrate the operation of any particular costing software system but will instead focus on providing an understanding of costing methods employed in costing systems.
This workshop will provide an overview of current costing methodologies and approaches and will describe their development from relatively simple top‐down approaches to current bottom‐up through to micro‐costing techniques.
The workshop will focus on the approaches and data models used in overhead and direct cost allocation. It presents the development of costing models from relatively limited and simple allocation using external relativities, to more complex models using increasing local consumption and utilisation data. Examples of costing models and their effects on reliability of the costing result will be demonstrated. Settings ranging from data‐rich to relatively limited data environments will be discussed.
The approaches presented are based on practical experience in costing,
involvement in the setting and refinement of costing standards, and Case‐mix analysis over the past 20 years; in a number of countries including Australia, Qatar, Ireland, Germany, and Slovenia in both public and private sectors.
34th Annual Conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark
15 Nov, 2019
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
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