THE REORIENTATION OF SPINE CARE: TREATMENT COLLABORATION FOR COST EFFECTIVE, VALUE PROVEN, PATIENT CENTERED SPINE CARE
LBP was the leading cause of YLDs at 63.7 million in 2019 worldwide. It accounted for approximately 568.4 million prevalent cases and 223.5 million incident cases globally. Although the cost and disability from LBP vary substantially between countries, facts that remain consistent are that costs and disability are rising globally and we are facing greater challenges in managing the impact of the growing economic burden.
Determining value is a challenging proposition for Spine Care providers pitting health care outcomes against expenditures. In a world though, where low back pain accounts for most years lived with disability, value-based care for spinal disorders is of paramount importance. Economic analysis of spine care interventions is critical in determining treatments with proven value. Even when determined, Multidisciplinary efforts at care coordination is necessary to prevent suboptimal isolated treatment recommendations and costly disability. Integrated, collaborative approaches need to continue to be established and built upon to ensure affordable solutions to this growing economic burden
1) Provide insight into the cost-effectiveness of preventive and therapeutic strategies.
2) Expand Partnerships to aid in understanding the shared dilemma of providing Value Based Spine Care
3) Demonstrate how multidisciplinary collaboration provides a pathway to value by improving outcomes, enhancing patient experience and reducing cost
4) Develop a comprehensive plan and approach to improve health outcomes by providing value-based care
6) Provide the G20 Health Ministers valuable input with regard to cost effective care of Spinal disorders.
1) The Necessity of Collaboration and Care Coordination in Achieving Value.
2) How Cost Effective, Patient Centered Care, Outcome Driven Care Equates to Value.
3) How the Timing of Treatment has an Impact on Value.
4) Does Value Have the Same Meaning Throughout the World.
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Introduction to “Value Based Spine Care”
Donna Lahey, USA
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Pre-requisites for ensuring value in spine care
Omar Alshanqeety, Saudi Arabia
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Multidisciplinary care coordination and Its impact In providing “Value Based Spine Care”
Edward Dohring, USA
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Cost benefit ratio of various treatment options: the cost effectiveness of surgery for cervical myelopathy
Michael Fehlings, USA
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The economic impact of early vs delayed treatment
Cristiano M Menezes, Brazil
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Is High quality low cost spine surgery possible in the developing world
S. Rajasekaran, India
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