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This page allows you to download presentations made at the most recent meetings organised by the OECD Health Division. 

 

Meeting of OECD Expert Group on Health Care Quality Indicators (HCQI) – 3-4 November 2016

Item 3: Hospital Performance 2015-2016, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 4a: Hospital Performance 2017-2018, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 4b: Understanding Variations in Hospital Costs, Luca Lorenzoni, OECD
Item 5: Emerging Work on Primary Care, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 6: Emerging Work on Patient Safety, Niek Klazinga, OECD
Item 7: Shifting Perspective to Pressure Ulcer Prevention, Lisette Schoohoven, EPUAP, EWMA
Item 8: Choosing Wisely International Measurement Collaborative, Adam Elshaug, The University of Sydney
Item 9a: Collecting Patient Reported Indicators, Luke Slawomirski, OECD
Item 9b: Introduction ICHOM, Charlotte Roberts, ICHOM
Item 10: Measuring Dementia Care, Tim Muir, OECD
Item 11: HCQI Data Guiding Principles, Jan Mainz, Denmark
Item 12a: Update on R&D on existing HCQI indicators, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 12c: Cancer Survival in OECD Countries, Claudia Allemani, Michel Coleman, CONCORD 
Item 12d: R&D work on Patient Safety, Vladimir Stevanovich, New Zealand
Item 13: HCQI Data Collection 2016-2017, Frédéric Daniel, OECD
and Introduction to the Forum, Health Ministerial Meeting, 16 January 2017, Niek Klazinga, OECD

Meeting of OECD Health Data National Correspondents – 13-14 October 2016

Item 3: Overview data collection and dissemination under the 2016 OECD Health Data questionnaire, Marie-Clémence Canaud, OECD
Item 4:  Review of 2016 LTC data collection, Tim Muir, OECD
Item 5: Waiting times data Progress and proposed next steps, Marie-Clémence Canaud, OECD
Item 6: Measures of inequalities, Gaetan Lafortune, OECD
Item 7: Patient-reported measures and indicators, Luke Slawomirski, OECD
Item 8: JQNMHC 2016 Results, Gaelle Balestat, OECD
Item 9: National Health Workforce Accounts, Pascal Zurn, WHO
Item 11: International Classification of Health Interventions, Richard Madden, ICHI Task Force
Item 12: Health Workforce Skills Assessment Survey, Akiko Maeda, OECD
Item 14: ONE and Conclusions, Gaetan Lafortune, Marie-Clémence Canaud, OECD

Joint session: Meeting of Health Accounts Experts and Correspondents for Health Expenditure Data and Meeting of OECD Health Data National Correspondents – 13 October 2016

Item 1: Overview recent and future activities on health, Francesca Colombo, OECD
Item 2a: Progress on work on efficiency indicators, Gaetan Lafortune, OECD
Item 2b1: Measuring primary care spending and efficiency, Michael Muelle and Caroline Berchet, OECD
Item 2b2: Primary Healthcare Expenditure Analysis, Hong Wang, BMGF, WHO
Item 2b3: NHS, John Henderson, UK
Item 2c1: OECD work on hospital efficiency, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 2c2: Costing hospital services, Luca Lorenzoni, OECD
Item 2d: Efficiency in pharmaceutical consumption and spending, Rabia Khan, OECD

18th Meeting of Health Accounts Experts and Correspondents for Health Expenditure Data – 12 October 2016

Item 3a1: Evaluation of the 2016 JHAQ data collection, Michael Gmeinder, OECD
Item 3a2: Italian experience SHA 2011, Maria Asunto Fugnitto, Istat
Item 3b: Proposals for 2017 JHAQ, David Morgan, OECD 
Item 4a1: Future methods of collecting and submitting data, David Morgan OECD
Item 4a2: Danish system of health accounts, Mads Bager Hoffmann, Ministry of Health
Item 4b1: Possible improvements JHAQ validation process, Michael Mueller, OECD
Item 4b2: Statistical Data and Metadata eXchange (SDMX) for SHA, David Barraclough, OECD
Item 5a1: Revenues of financing schemes Joseph Kutzin, WHO
Item 5a2: Revenues and the SBO Network, Jens Wilkens, OECD
Item 5b1: Improving the reporting of revenues, David Morgan, OECD
Item 5b2: Financing sources and schemes, Dirk Moens, Belgium
Item 6a1: Results of the supplementary questionnaire, Michael Gmeinder, OECD
Item 6a2: Prevention expenditure sources and methodology, Juliette Grangier, France
Item 6b: Miscellaneous accounting, Michael Mueller, OECD


Meeting of OECD Expert Group on Health Care Quality Indicators (HCQI) – 19-20 May 2016

Item 2: Work on Quality, Klazinga, OECD
Item 3a: Improving Health Care Value, Klazinga, OECD
Item 3b: Improving Health Care Value, Porter, Harvard Business School
Item 4a: Patient-reported Measures, Nader, Fujisawa, OECD
Item 4b: PROMs, Roe, Israel
Item 4c: PROMs, Zimlichman, Israel
Item 5a: Hospital Performance, Brownwood, OECD
Item 5b: Hospital Costing, Lorenzoni, OECD
Item 5c: Outcomes International CVD Indicator Survey, Kim, Korea
Item 5d: Hospital Performance, De Roodenbeke, IHF
Item 6: Caring for Quality, Berchet, OECD
Item 7a: Patient Safety, Brownwood, OECD
Item 7b: Patient Safety, Januel, France 
Item 7c: Patient Safety, Stevanovic, New Zealand
Item 8: Dementia Care, Muir, OECD
Item 9: Cancer Care, Allemani, Coleman, LSHTM
Item 10a: Strenghtening Health Information Infrastructure, Hamalainen, Finland
Item 10b: Electronic Health Records, Oderkirk, OECD
Item 11a: Appropriate Care Couffinhal, OECD
Item 11b: Appropriate Care, Klazinga, OECD
Item 11c: Inappropriate Care, Meeus, Belgium
Item 11d: Choosing Wisely, Gurevich, Canada

Meeting of OECD Expert Group on Health Care Quality Indicators (HCQI) – 9-10 November 2015

Item 2c: Primary Health Care Performance Initiative, WB, WHO 
Item 3b: OECD.Stat, Biondi, OECD
Item 3c: Dashboard for Health at a Glance, Lafortune, OECD
Item 3d: International Comparison eTool, Gurevich, Canada
Item 4: Case record review hospital deaths, Nick Black, England
Item 5a: Hospital Performance Part 1, Brownwood, OECD
Item 5b: Use of Hospital Performance Indicators, Lee, Singapore
Item 5c: BSC hospitales DIGERA 2015, Arsela, Chile 
Item 6a: Hospital Performance Part 2, Brownwood, OECD
Item 6b: Survey CVD Hospital Performance, Kim, Korea
Item 7a: Hospital Performance Part 3, Brownwood, OECD
Item 7b: Understanding variations hospital costs, Lorenzoni, OECD
Item 8: Progress of Work on the overall Report on Country Quality Reviews, Berchet, OECD
Item 9: PREMS PROMS, Nader, OECD
Item 10 a: Indicators quality dementia care, Muir, OECD
Item 10b: Measuring Incidence Quality Care Dementia, Anderson, Canada
Item 11a: Patient Safety R&D, Brownwood, Fujisawa, OECD
Item 11b: Patient Safety, Stevanovic, New Zealand
Item 11c: Patient Safety, Januel, University of Lausanne
Item 12a: Health Data Governance, Oderkirk, OECD
Item 12 b: International Health ICT Benchmarking, Ronchi, OECD
Item 13: Ongoing R&D HCQI, Brownwood, OECD

Meeting of OECD Health Data National Correspondents – 8-9 October 2015

Item 2: Results from the 2015 Joint OECD/Eurostat/WHO-Europe Questionnaire, OECD
Item 3a: National health workforce accounts, Jim Campbell, WHO 
Item 3b1: German health labour accounts, Michael Cordes, Federal Statistical Office of Germany
Item 3b2: Dutch health workforce data, Vincent van Polanen Petel, Statistics Netherlands 
Item 3c: OECD/Eurostat/WHO-Europe Joint Questionnaire: New data on health workforce migration, Frédéric Daniel, OECD
Item 3d: Implementing regulation on health care non-monetary statistics, Jacques Lanneluc, Eurostat
Item 4: Overview of results from the 2015 OECD Health Data Questionnaire, Marie-Clémence Canaud, OECD
Item 5: Results of the new data collection on infant mortality, Nelly Biondi, OECD
Item 6a: Avoidable mortality in Canada, Christopher Kuchciak, CIHI
Item 6b: Amenable and preventable mortality – Eurostat list, Anke Weber, Eurostat
Item 6c: Avoidable mortality, Nelly Biondi, OECD
Item 7: OECD project on inequality in mortality by education level, Statistics Directorate, OECD
Item 8: Trends in disability among people aged 50+, Marion Devaux, OECD
Item 10: Conclusions and next steps, OECD

Joint session: Meeting of Health Accounts Experts and Correspondents for Health Expenditure Data and Meeting of OECD Health Data National Correspondents – 8 October 2015

Item 1: Overview of activities and strategic directions for work on health statistics at OECD, Francesca Colombo, OECD
Item 2: Dissemination of OECD Health Statistics 2015 and Health at a Glance, Marie-Clémence Canaud, OECD
Item 3: Health at a Glance 2015: New dashboards of health indicators, Gaetan Lafortune, OECD
Item 4a: Measuring efficiency of health systems, Gaetan Lafortune, OECD
Item 4b: Measuring health system efficiency in Canada, Christopher Kuchciak, CIHI
Item 4c1: OECD hospital performance project, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 4c2: Understanding variations in hospital costs, Luca Lorenzoni, OECD
Item 4d: Administrative costs and efficiency, OECD
Item 5a: Remuneration of doctors and nurses, OECD
Item 5b: Data on remunerations of self-employed doctors in France, Anne Pla and Claire Marbot, MoH, France 

17th Meeting of Health Accounts Experts and Correspondents for Health Expenditure Data 7 October 2015

Item 3a: Evaluation of the 2015 JHAQ data collection, International Health Accounts Team
Item 3b1: Final Report of the SHA 2011 piloting project, Orestis Tsigkas, European Commission
Item 3b2: Implementing SHA 2011: The UK’s experience, James Lewis, Office for National Statistics, UK
Item 3b3: Compiling System of Health Accounts 2011 in Ireland, Ciara O’Shea, Central Statistics Office, Ireland
Item 3c: Proposals for the 2016 JHAQ data collection, David Morgan, OECD
Item 4a1: LTC Questionnaire, SHA team
Item 4a2: Out-of-pocket payments: Results from the supplementary questionnaire, OECD and Eurostat
Item 4b: Analysis of financing and organisation of prevention across OECD countries, OECD
Item 4c1: Working Group on pharmaceutical rebates, SHA team
Item 4c2: Working Group on tax credits, SHA team
Item 5a: Health and long-term care expenditure projection, Yuki Murakami, OECD 
Item 5b: Health expenditure projection in Korea, Hyoung-Sun Jeong (Yonsei University, Korea) and Jeong-Woo Shin (KIHASA, Korea) 
Item 5c: Health expenditure projection in Japan, Naohiro Mitsutake, Institute for Health Economics and Policy

Meeting of OECD Expert Group on Health Care Quality Indicators (HCQI) – 21-22 May 2015

Item 2a: Directions and priorities, Francesca Colombo, OECD
Item 2b: Bridge Health Project, Fabrizio Carinci, University of Surrey
Item 3a: Hospital Performance Morning, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 3b: Hospital performance framework of Korea, Sun Min Kim, HIRA
Item 4a: Health system efficiency indicators, Gaetan Lafortune, OECD
Item 4b: HCQI PPP, David Morgan, OECD
Item 4c: HCQI dementia, OECD
Item 5: Reviews of HCQ, Ian Forde, OECD 
Item 6: Choosing Wisely, Wendy Levinson, OECD
Item 7: Israeli program hospital quality indicators, Anat Zohar, MOH
Item 8: Hospital Performance Afternoon, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 9: Strengthening Health Information Infrastructure, OECD
Item 10: HCQI at national regional level, the Netherlands
Item 11a: Primary Care, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 11b: Lower extremity amputation, Fabrizio Carinci, University of Surrey
Item 11c: AHRQ PQI, Patrick Romano
Item 11d: Acute Care, Nelly Biondi, OECD
Item 11e: AC Adm Bas Ind, Vladimir Stevaniovic,MoH
Item 11f: Survey CVD Hospital Performance, Sun Min Kim, HIRA
Item 12a: Patient Safety, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 12b: Patient safety, Vladimir Stevanovic, MoH 
Item 12c: PSI12, R&D proposal, Jean-Marie Januel, France
Item 13a:  Prescribing, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 13b: Mental health, Emily Hewlett, OECD
Item 13c: Cancer care, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
Item 13d: Patient experience, Rie Fujisawa, OECD

Health Data Governance Workshop  20 May 2015

Item 1: Access to data and privacy, Jillian Oderkirk, OECD
Item 2: Utilising and Linking Electronic Data, Fabrizio Carinci, University of Surrey
Item 3: Information for Health Care Improvement: A pan-Canadian Initiative, Jeremy Veillard, CIHI 
Item 4: Data Analytics Examples From Stage 7 Hospitals, John Hoyt, HIMSS 
Item 5: Utilising and Linking Electronic Data, Sun Min Kim, HIRA
Item 6: Open comparisons of health care performance, Max Koster, NBHW 
Item 7: Measuring health care outcomes and efficiency across countries, Unto Hakkinen, Eurohope 
Item 8: Safeguards for Privacy-Protective Data Use, Peteris Zilgalvis, European Commission 
Item 9: Background slides for panels, Jillian Oderkirk, OECD

Meeting of OECD Expert Group on Health Care Quality Indicators (HCQI) – 13-14 November 2014

Item 3: OECD Reviews of Health Care Quality, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 4: Progress on the Work to Strengthen Health Information Infrastructure, Jillian Oderkirk, OECD
Item 5a: Hospital performance UK, Veena Raleigh, The King’s Fund,
Item 5b: Hospital Perfomance Japan, Toshiro Kumakawa, Department of Health and Welfare Services National Institute of Public Health
Item 5c: Hospital Performance France, Jean-Marie Januel, IUFRS
Item 5d: Hospital Performance Denmark, Jan Mainz, Aalborg University Hospital
Item 5e: Hospital Performance Korea, Sun Min Kim, Health Insurance Review & Assessment Service
Item 5f: R&D HP measurement for Cardio-cerebrocascular Diseases, Sun Min Kim, Health Insurance Review & Assessment Service, Korea
Item 5g: Hospital Performance, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 6a: Dispersion Measures 2014-2015, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 6b: Hospital performance, updated proposal, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 7a: Primary Care UK,Veena Raleigh, Candida Ballantyne, Department of Health
Item 7b: Avoidable Hospitalization Canada, Yana Gurevich, Canadian Institute for Health information
Item 7c: Lower Extremity Amputation rates in Diabetes Italy, Fabrizio Carinci, HIRS EUBIROD Network
Item 7d: Prescribing Indicators, Ian Forde, Niek Klazinga, OECD
Item 8a: Patient safety, Ian Brownwood, OECD
Item 8b: Patient safety NZ, Vladimir Stevanovic, Ministry of Health
Item 9a: Excess Mortality UK, Veena Raleigh, Candida Ballantyne
Item 9b: Indicators of Suicide Denmark, Mette Jørgensen, Søren Paaske, Johnsen, Poul Erik Hansen, Katrine Grau, Jette Bauer and Jan Mainz
Item 10a: HCQI Data Collection 2014/15: Cancer Survival rates, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
Item 10b: HCQI Data Collection 2014/15: Patient Experience, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
Item 10C: Hip Fracture surgery Netherlands, Michael Van Den Berg, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment 
Item 10d: HCQI National and Regional reports Netherlands, Michael Van Den Berg, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment
Item 10e: 2014-2015 HCQI Data Collection, Practicalities, Nelly Biondi, OECD

 

Meeting of OECD Health Data National Correspondents – 23-24 October 2014

Item 2: Overview of results from 2014 OECD/Eurostat/WHO-Europe Joint Questionnaire on Non-Monetary Health Care Statistics, OECD
Item 3: Process to develop an implementing regulation on non-monetary health care statistics, Eurostat
Item 4: Health workforce migration: Proposal to add a module on foreign-trained doctors and nurses in the Joint Questionnaire, OECD
Item 5: Overview of results from 2014 OECD Health Data questionnaire, OECD
Item 6: Pilot data collection on infant mortality, OECD
           - Comparing infant mortality in the United States and Europe, CDC
           - Monitoring perinatal health in Europe, EuroPeristat
Item 7: Update on project on mortality by education level, OECD
Item 8: Progress in data collection on waiting times for elective surgery, OECD
Item 9: Review of national experiences in developing health information systems to measure waiting times:
           - Canada, CIHI
           - Finland, National Institute for Health and Welfare
Item 10: Review of functioning of OECD Health Data National Correspondents meeting and options for possible improvements, OECD
Item 11: Draft conclusions, OECD 

Joint session: Meeting of Health Accounts Experts and Correspondents for Health Expenditure Data and Meeting of OECD Health Data National Correspondents – 23 October 2014

Item 1: Overview of recent and future activities on health at the OECD, OECD
Item 2: Progress in dissemination of OECD Health Statistics 2014, OECD
Item 3: Health Purchasing Power Parities (PPP) project: Progress report and next steps, OECD
Item 4: General analytical framework for measuring health care efficiency at different levels, OECD
Item 5: Work on hospital performance: Approach being developed under the OECD Health Care Quality Indicators Project, OECD
Item 6: Review of national efforts to develop and report indicators of health care efficiency:
           - Belgium, INAMI
           - Netherlands, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment
Item 7: Proposed next steps to develop a selected set of additional indicators of health care efficiency, OECD
Item 8: Pharmaceutical spending: Proposal to fill current information and data gaps, OECD
Item 9: Generic pharmaceutical market: Progress and next steps in data collection, OECD
Item 10: Consumption of selected high-volume pharmaceutical drugs: Trends in antidepressant consumption, NIPH
Item 11: Rational Prescribing: Developmental work under the Health Care Quality Indicators Project, OECD

16th Meeting of Health Accounts Experts and Correspondents for Health Expenditure Data – 22 October 2014

Item 3.1: Evaluation of the 2014 JHAQ collection
Item 3.2.1: Pilot testing of the SHA 2011 Questionnaire
Item 3.2.2: Sweden: SHA 2011 pilot studies
Item 3.2.3: Germany: SHA 2011 pilot studies
Item 3.3: Proposals for the 2015 JHAQ data collection
Item 4.1: Expenditures by disease, age and gender
Item 4.2: HEDIC project
Item 4.3: WHO Expenditure by disease
Item 4.4: Brazilian Reproductive Maternal Child Health (RMCH) Subaccount
Item 5.1: Long-term care services and household out-of-pocket spending
Item 5.2: Methodological issues
Item 6.1.1: OECD Dissemination Strategy
Item 6.1.2: US Dissemination Strategy
Item 6.1.3: Canada Dissemination Strategy
Item 6.2.1: Deflated health spending
Item 6.2.2: Norway: Measurement of Health Expenditure at constant prices
Item 7.1: OECD Policy use of health accounts
Item 7.2: Policy use of health accounts

 

Meeting of OECD Expert Group on Health Care Quality Indicators (HCQI)– 22-23 May 2014

Item 3: OECD Reviews of Health Care Quality, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 3b: Italian Health Care Quality Review, Fabrizio Carinci, National Agency for Regional Health Services (AGENAS), Italy
Item 4: Draft Report on Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes: Policies for Better Health and Quality of Care, Kees van Gool, OECD
Item 5: Progress on the Work to Strengthen Health Information Infrastructure, Jillian Oderkirk, OECD
Item 6a: ECHO - European Collaboration for Healthcare Optimization, Enrique Bernal, Health Sciences Institute in Aragon, Spain 
Item 6b: EuroHOPE: Hospital Performance, Unto Häkkinen, Centre for Health and Social Economics, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland
Item 6c: Working Towards Reporting on Hospital Performance, Jillian Oderkirk, OECD
Item 7b: Composite Indicator of Avoidable Hospital Admissions, Dr. Jeremy Veillard, Canadian Institute for Health Information, Canada
Item 7c: Data Comparability in Primary Care Indicators: Diabetes Lower Extremity Amputation, Fabrizio Carinci, AGENAS, Italy
Item 8a: Data Comparability in Primary Care Indicators, Yael Applbaum, Ministry of Health, Israel
Item 8b: R&D Work on Patient Safety in New Zealand: Proposals to improve PSI validity and comparability, Vladimir Stevanovic, Ministry of Health, New Zealand
Item 8c: Proposals for Patient Safety Indicators (PSI) R&D Project, Dr Jean-Marie Januel, Ministère des Affaires Sociales et de la Santé/Haute Autorité de Santé, France
Item 8d: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Quality Indicators Program Update, Patrick S. Romano, UC Davis Center for Healthcare Policy and Research, United States
Item 9a: R&D Projects: HCQI Mental Health Indicators, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
Item 9c: Suicide Indicators, Jan Mainz, Aalborg University Hospital, Denmark
Item 10b: Measuring Patient Experiences, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
Item 10b: LUP - The National Danish Survey of Patient Experiences, Jan Mainz, Aalborg University Hospital, Denmark
Item 10c: The Use of OECD Quality Indicators in National and Regional Policy, Michael van den Berg, The National Institute of Public Health, The Netherlands

 

Meeting of OECD Experts Group Meeting on Payment Systems  7-8 April 2014

Item 2: Project Overview, Divya Srivastava, OECD
Item 3a: Overview of health payment systems across OECD countries, Emily Hewlett, OECD
Item 3b: Analysis of Financing and Payment for Curative Care, Michael Mueller, OECD
Item 4a: Paying for Performance in Health Care, Cheryl Cashin, Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage
Item 4b: The English NHS payment system: reforms to support efficiency and integrated care, Anita Charlesworth, Nuffield Trust
Item 5a: Integrated Delivery of Social Service, Pauliina Patana and Dominic Richardson, OECD
Item 5b: Dutch experiences with quality aspects in payment schemes, Patrick Jeurissen, Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, The Netherlands
Item 6b: Affordable, better care for the US, Karen B. DeSalvo, US Department of Health and Human Services
Item 6c: Recent innovations in payment systems: integration, Rudolf Blankart, Hamburg Center for Health Economics
Item 7a: SVEUS – National collaboration for value-based reimbursement and monitoring of health care in Sweden, Jonas Wohlin, IVBAR
Item 7b: P4P Program Implementation, Cheryl Cashin, Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage
Item 7c: P4P for physicians: The French experience, Dominique Polton, National Health Insurance Fund for Salaried Workers
Item 8a: OECD Project on Payment Systems: Understanding Payment Systems, Divya Srivastava, OECD
Item 9: OECD Project on Payment Systems: Promising Innovations and Implementation, Divya Srivastava, OECD

 

Meeting of OECD HCQI Subgroup on Measuring Patient Experiences and HCQI Experts – 7-8 November 2013

Item 2a: Progress in Measuring Patient Experiences in OECD Countries, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
Item 2b: Patient Experience Data and Patient Reported Outcome Measures in Canada, Jeanie Lacroix, Canadian Institute for Health Information
Item 2c: The PROMs Programme in the NHS in England, Veena Raleigh, The King’s Fund
Item 3: Measuring Patient Experiences with Integrated Care and Patient Safety, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
Item 7: Health Care Quality Indicators: Data Collection and Dissemination, Nelly Biondi, OECD
Item 8: Update on the OECD Quality Review Series, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 9: Update on Prescribing Indicators, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 10: Cardiovascular Disease And Diabetes: How Can OECD Health Systems Deliver Better Outcomes?, Kees van Gool, OECD
Item 11: Health Information Infrastructure Project: Progress Report, Jillian Oderkirk, OECD
Item 12a: Indicator Coverage of the HCQI Framework: A Mapping Exercise, Jeanie Lacroix OECD
Item 12b: Summary of HCQI Bureau discussions: Indicator mapping exercise, Kees van Gool OECD
Item 13a: Critical Review of HCQ Indicators: Introduction, Kees van Gool, OECD
Item 13b: Critical Review of HCQ Indicators, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 14a: Comparability in the HCQI Primary Care Indicators, Catherine Everard, Department of Health, NHS England
Item 14b: Excess mortality among people with serious mental illness: a quality issue, Veena Raleigh, The King’s Fund


Meeting of OECD Health Data National Correspondents  17-18 October 2013

Item 9: OECD Health Data Questionnaire and Waiting Times results, Marie-Clémence Canaud, OECD
Item 10: Self rated general health, Nelly Biondi, OECD
Item 11: Disease-specific morbidity, Gaétan Lafortune, OECD
Item 13: Infant mortality: Further analysis and pilot data collection, Gaétan Lafortune, OECD
Item 14: 2013 JQNMHC results, Gaëlle Balestat, OECD
Item 15: Health workforce: Two pilot data collections, Gaétan Lafortune, OECD
Item 16: Alcohol consumption, Michele Cecchini, OECD
Item 17: What Nielsen can add to OECD Health Statistics, Karen Watson, Nielsen
Item 18: Conclusions, Gaétan Lafortune, OECD

Joint session: Meeting of Health Accounts Experts and Correspondents for Health Expenditure Data and Meeting of OECD Health Data National Correspondents  17 October 2013

Item 1: Overview of recent and future activities on health, Mark Pearson, OECD
Item 2: OECD Health Statistics Dissemination, Marie-Clémence Canaud, OECD
Item 3: Health at a Glance, Gaétan Lafortune, OECD
Item 4: Health Purchasing Power Parities, Luca Lorenzoni, OECD
Item 5: Health System Characteristics Survey, Emily Hewlett, OECD
Item 6: Remuneration of doctors and nurses, Anne Durand, OECD
Item 7: Health Care Quality Indicators Update, HCQI Team, OECD

15th Meeting Of Health Accounts Experts And Correspondents For Health Expenditure Data – 17 October 2013

Item 3i: Evaluation of the 2013 JHAQ Data Collection, International Health Accounts Team
Item 3iia: Pilot Testing of SHA 2011 Questionnaire, SHA Team
Item 3iib: Commission Regulation variables pilot testing, Eurostat
Item 3iic: Transition from SHA 1 to SHA 2011, WHO
Item 3iid: Canada's Experience, Christopher Kuchciak, CIHI
Item 3iie: France's Experience, DRESS
Item 3iii: Proposals for the 2014 JHAQ Data Collection, International Health Accounts Team
Item 5: Factors of Provision, SHA Team
Item 6: Improving estimates of expenditure on administration, SHA Team
Item 7ia: Pharmaceutical rebates, SHA Team
Item 7ib: Pharmaceutical rebates in Hungary, Szilárd Páll, Hungarian Central Statistical Office
Item 7ii: Tax allowances, SHA Team
Item 7iii: Treatment of deficits, SHA Team
Item 8: Expenditure by disease, age and gender, SHA Team
Item 9: Quality Review, SHA Team


Meeting of the Health Care Quality Indicators Expert Group  17 May 2013

Item 2: Primary care indicators: preliminary materials for Health at a Glance 2013, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 3: Improving quality in primary care: lessons from the Quality Review Series, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 4: Prescribing in primary care: feasibility of a new set of HCQI, Evianne Van der Kruk (Intern), OECD
Item 4b: Prescribing in primary care, Pascal Meeus, Institut national d'assurance maladie invalidité, Belgium

Meeting of the HCQI Patient Safety Subgroup  16 May 2013

Item 7: Patient safety indicators: preliminary materials for Health at a Glance 2013, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 8: Preliminary materials for Health at a Glance 2013: special focus on new PSI, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 9: Exploring age sex differentials within patient safety indicators, Nelly Biondi, OECD

Meeting of the HCQI Primary Care Subgroup - 16 May 2013

Item 14a: Health Information Infrastructure Project: Progress report, Jillian Oderkirk, OECD
Item 14b: Policy benefits from analysis of digital health care data, Toshiro Kumakawa, National Institute of Public Health, Japan
Item 15: OECD HCQI project on cardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes, Kees van Gool, OECD
Item 16: Preliminary materials for Health at a Glance 2013:


Meeting of the Expert Group on Medical Practice Variations  25-26 April 2013

ECHO – An international project on variations in healthcare performance, Enrique Bernal-Delgado and Sandra García-Armesto, European Collaboration for Healthcare Optimization
OECD project on medical practice variations: Overview of progress and expected output, Gaétan Lafortune, OECD
The Wennberg International Collaborative, David C. Goodman, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Australia country presentation, Heather Buchan, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (ACSQHC)
Belgium country presentation, Pascal Meeus, Institut national d'assurance maladie invalidité
Canada country presentation, Anna Alari, Intern, OECD
Czech Republic country presentation, Ondrej Roztomily, Ministry of Health
England country presentation, Neil Parkinson, Department of Health
England country presentation, Jessica Farebrother (Intern), OECD
Finland country presentation, Ilmo Keskimäki, National Institute for Health and Welfare
Italy country presentation, Fabrizio Carinci, National Agency for Regional Health Services (AGENAS)
Netherlands country presentation, Gert Westert, IQ Healthcare, and Anne de Boo, Vektis
PSA Testing for Prostate Cancer Trends and Variations, Annalisa Belloni, OECD
Spain country presentation, Mercedes Alvarez Bartolomé, Ministry of Health, Social Affairs and Equality
Switzerland country presentation, Dimitri Kohler, Office fédéral de la statistique (OFS)
United States country presentation, David C. Goodman, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Proposed Approaches to Analyse Possible Causes of Medical Practice Variations, Valérie Paris, OECD
Medical Practice Variations Project, Conclusions and next steps, Gaétan Lafortune, OECD
 

Meeting of the Health Care Quality Indicators Expert Group  15-16 November 2012

Item 11: Follow up on strengthening health information infrastructure, Jillian Oderkirk, OECD
Item 13a: Health Committee 2013-14 programme of work and budget: HCQI proposals, Kees van Gool, OECD
Item 13b: Hospital performance measures for cardiovascular diseases care in Korea’s NHI, Sun Min Kim, Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service (HIRA), Korea
Item 14: Which policies drive hospital performance?, Kees van Gool, OECD
Item 15: Health Care Quality Review of Israel, Ziona Haklai, Ministry of Health, Israel
Item 16: Update on primary care indicators, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 17: Update on patient safety indicators, Ian Forde, OECD
Item 18: Prescribing in primary care; proposing a new set of HCQI, Ian Forde, OECD, and Flora Haaijer-Ruskamp, University Medical Center, Groningen, the Netherlands
Item 19: Mental health indicators: within 30-day hospital re-admission/ New indicators for mental health, Rie Fujisawa, Valerie Moran and Michael Borowitz, OECD
Item 20: Health Care Quality Indicators (HCQI) 2012-2013 data collection, Nelly Biondi, OECD

Meeting of the HCQI Patient Experiences Subgroup  15 November 2012

Item 4: Cross-country developments on systematic measurement of patient experiences, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
Item 5: 2012-2013 OECD HCQI data collection: Patient experiences, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
Item 6a: Expansion of patient experience indicators: Integrated care and patient safety, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
Item 6b: Experience patient survey (I-SATIS) for hospitalized patients - Medicine, Surgery or Obstetric, Violette Garcia and Marielle Marbach, Ministry of Health, France
Item 6c: Measuring patient experience in Ireland, Greg Price, Health Service Executive, Ireland
Item 6d: Expansion of patient experience indicators: Integrated care and patient safety, Rie Fujisawa, OECD
 

Meeting of OECD Health Data National Correspondents  12 October 2012

Item 2: OECD Health Data 2012, dissemination and results, Marie-Clémence Canaud, OECD
Item 2b: OECD/ Eurostat/ WHO Joint Questionnaire 2012, Focus on doctors, Gaëlle Balestat, OECD
Item 3: Extension of joint questionnaire on non-monetary health care statistics (OECD/Eurostat/WHO-Europe), Gaétan Lafortune, OECD
Item 4: Long-term care data: Progress and proposed next steps, Yuki Murakami, OECD
Item 4b: Long-term care resources and utilisation, Naama Rotem, Central Bureau of Statistics, Israel
Item 4c: Dutch long-term care data, Vincent van Polanen Petel, Statistics Netherlands
Item 5: Medical and nursing education, proposed pilot data collection, Gaétan Lafortune, OECD
Item 6: Measures of waiting times, Luigi Siciliani, York University
Item 7: Comparing perinatal mortality rates, Jennifer Zeitlin, INSERM
Item 8: Measures of inequalities in health status, Michael de Looper, OECD
Item 9: Draft conclusions, Gaétan Lafortune, OECD

Joint session: Meeting of Health Accounts Experts and Correspondents for Health Expenditure Data and Meeting of OECD Health Data National Correspondents  11 October 2012

Item 1: Overview of recent, current and future OECD activities on health, Mark Pearson, OECD
Item 2: Estimating expenditures by disease in SHA framework, Alan Diener, OECD
Item 4: Pharmaceutical data: Progress and next steps for further improvements, Marie-Clémence Canaud, OECD
Item 5: Health Care Quality Indicators (Presentation, 11 October 2012), Jillian Oderkirk, OECD


14th Meeting of Health Accounts Experts and Correspondents for Health Expenditure Data  10-11 October 2012

Item 5: Evaluation of the 2012 JHAQ data collection, Roberto Astolfi, OECD
Item 5b: Survey of the 2012 JHAQ data collection, Anne Durand, OECD
Item 5c: New features for the 2013 JHAQ, Anne Durand, OECD
Item 6: Implementation of SHA 2011 and introduction to the specific SHA-2011 projects, David Morgan, OECD
Item 7: Draft guidelines for the SHA 2011 framework for accounting health care financing, David Morgan, OECD
Item 8: Accounting and mapping of long-term care expenditure under SHA 2011, Michael Mueller, OECD
Item 9: Expenditure on prevention activities under SHA 2011, John Henderson, Department of Health, UK
Item 10: Implementing the capital account in SHA 2011, Michael Mueller, OECD
Item 11: Guidelines on measuring expenditure on over-the-counter drugs, Thomas Roubal, OECD
Item 12: Meeting future health expenditure and financing data needs, David Morgan, OECD
Item 12b: Revision of the Joint Health Accounts Questionnaire (JHAQ), David Morgan, OECD
Item 12c: New concept for public Health administrative data collections, Hartmut Buchow, EUROSTAT
Item 13: Implementation of the System of Health Accounts, the Greek experience, Likurgus Liaropoulos and Olga Siskou, Athens University
Item 13b: UK Health Accounts, John Henderson, Department of Health, UK


Technical Workshop on the Implementation of the Health Financing Framework under SHA 2011  9 October 2012

Item 1: The financing framework under SHA 2011, David Morgan, OECD
Item 1b: Policy lens in health financing changes, Nora Markova, Barcelona Office for Health System Strengthening, WHO
Item 2: Building a picture of health care financing, David Morgan, OECD
Item 3: The financing dimension in SHA 2011, Patricia Hernandez, WHO
Item 4: Creating a database, Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya, Institute for Health Policy, Sri Lanka

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