Creating Value-Based Health Care
Within the research line Creating Value-Based Healthcare (VHC) we focus on the organization, economics, policy and governance of health care innovation in the whole continuum of care from a regional, national and international perspective.
Research and impact
The research line Creating Value-Based Health Care provides high-quality multidisciplinary research and teaching focusing on innovations in health services; its goal is to improve the quality of life of citizens and patients, as well as the quality, efficiency, and sustainability of health care. We aim to achieve this by studying interventions in an innovative way addressing the broad spectrum from prevention to palliative care.
Inaugural lecture Dr. Katazyna Czabanowska, Feb 3, 16.30 hrs
In the inaugural lecture "Public Health Workforce Development - working differently means learning and leading differently", Katarzyna (Kasia) Czabanowska will share her personal story on why the chair in Public Health Leadership and Workforce Development was established and what it comprises including research, education and development. Livestream: https://youtu.be/byQL733fVMM
Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Online Course
To improve the awareness and understanding of health economic related topics, this self-learning HTA course offers several pre-recorded video lectures, which provide a comprehensive overview of various topics in the HTA field. Thereby, the course will mainly focus on economic evaluations and their methods used to assess the cost-effectiveness of an intervention.
MaastrichtHETA develops and disseminates innovative methodology and knowledge for advancing, promoting and teaching best practices in health economics and health technology assessment. MaastrichtHETA unites academics from Maastricht University (UM) and Maastricht University Medical Center (Maastricht UMC+).
King visits Blue Care pioneer site in Maastricht
King Willem-Alexander and Minister Bruins for Medical Care and Sport made an unexpected visit to the initiatives of the Blue Care pioneer site in Maastricht on 4 September 2019. The focus was on 'the right care in the right place'.
Mongolian Public Health
The Mongolian National University of Medical Science and its School of Public Health hosted an Open Medical Institute Visiting Professorship of dr. Kasia Czabanowska. 400 PH professionals participated in her lectures.
Blokhuis visits Healthy Pimary School of the Future
The initiators of the project Healthy Primary School of the Future believe that the project deserves to be replicated nationally, given the positive impact on children, parents and schools.
Projects and partners
Here we provide insights into what topics our research projects are tackling, who the actors involved in them are, and how these projects are poised to improve health systems, services and products in all areas of the health care chain.
PREVENT IT | Risk Management and Prevention of Antibiotics Resistance
Effectonderzoek Gezonde School aanpak: Doet de gezonde school ertoe en zo ja, onder welke condities?
Innovatie, implementatie en impact van de maatschappelijke beweging ‘Alles is Gezondheid…’ 2018-2021: een actiegerichte evaluatie.
PECUNIA - ProgrammE in Costing, resource use measurement and outcome valuation for Use in multi-sectoral National and International health economic evaluAtions.
ZMILE - Self Management Intervention in Epilepsy
CHEC list: Consensus Health Economic Criteria
The Daily Board of the research line Creating Value-Based Health Care consists of prof.dr. Aggie Paulus (chair) and dr. Timo Clemens (vice-chair).
Here you can find an overview of staff members connected to the research line Creating Value-Based Health Care:
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Prof.dr. Aggie Paulus
Professor of Economics of Education and Healthcare
Dr. Timo Clemens
Assistant Professor European health policies, law and governance