Objective: Incorporate collection and use of PROMs into standard care delivery at HSS
Why this is important: Drive patient-centered care, assess pain and functional improvements, and measure value of care delivered
Key activities: Collect for all patients hospitalized at HSS, treated in HSS outpatient setting, and treated by HSS-affiliated physicians
Objective: Coordinate patient care across the entire episode, from pretreatment to 90 days post-treatment
Why this is important: Provide seamless, individualized care to patients to achieve optimal outcomes and enhance patient experience
Key activities: Centralize triage capabilities, implement risk assessment protocols, and enhance coordination across the episode to get patients to the right place at the right time, with the right level of care
Objective: Develop performance measures that drive improvement in diagnosing peri-prosthetic joint infection (PJI)
Why this is important: Establish a minimum set of tests and processes for diagnosing PJI to inform practice and in turn improve patient outcomes
Key Activities: Develop a set of electronic clinical quality measures and registry measures to be implemented in mandatory pay-for-reporting and pay-for-performance programs
Objective: Share HSS knowledge, expertise, and experience in delivering high-value care
Why this is important: Provoke conversation about value-based healthcare among the World Economic Forum community, provide thought leadership on policy to transform healthcare, learn from and connect with an international cohort of organizations engaged in value-based healthcare.
Key Activities: Present on HSS’s successes in developing a data infrastructure and care delivery models that drive value, participate in the Global Coalition for Value in Healthcare cohort and the World Economic Forum larger community, engage in opportunities to elevate the conversation on value-based healthcare (e.g., podcasts, meetings, blog).