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PHM requests new forms of governance between professionals and between organisations, as well as in the regulatory mechanisms. Often networks are the next organisational form that is shown in health care. These networks form their own new forms of governance. Latest insights in the organisational and financial arrangements between professionals, organisations, payers and policy makers are taught and discussed. International examples of the application of principles of PHM with focus on the cooperation modalities will illustrate the ways of implementing these new forms of health care organisations. The evaluation methodology of these new forms of governance is not straightforward. With the students the various possibilities of assessing the effects of the new forms of governance in terms of added value for the population. Students are challenged to realise their own governance infrastructure and evaluation design for their own identified population.
The partners of the LUMC-Campus The Hague offer the course PHM for
health care professionals,
PhD fellows in Health and Healthcare related science,
MD specialist trainees in primary, elderly and secondary care and Public Health and
The programme has a solid structure consisting of various elements. Each day is organised around one aspect of health care governance. The day starts with a theoretical morning (theoretical and interactive lectures). After lunch students take part in the population and governance lab. A three hour practical working group (5/6 students) around a week assignment. Each day ends with a capita selecta, in which the stake holders reflect on their own position and interests.
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