In the Dutch healthcare system of regulated market competition, competing health insurers contract with health providers in order to secure healthcare services for their insurees against the best possible conditions (quality, cost, accessibility). In order to accomplish these objectives, insurers experiment with alternative payment methods, such as bundled payments, shared savings agreements, and value-based payments. In this session the speakers will share their experience with alternative payment methods in the Dutch system.
The session, hosted by Erasmus University Rotterdam, will take place on Tuesday, 17 November at 10.30, moderated by Prof. Erik van Raaij, Professor at Rotterdam School of Management and Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
The Dutch experiences will be discussed from the perspectives of regulators and advisory bodies with Dr. Misja Mikkers, Professor at Tilburg University & Chief Economist at NZa and Dr. Jeroen Struijs, Associate Professor at Leiden University Medical Center & Senior Researcher at RIVM. The perspective of health insurers will be represented by Marit Tanke, MD, PhD, Director of Strategy and Innovation at Coöperatie VGZ and Dr. Arthur Hayen, Senior Intelligence Analist at Menzis & Senior Lecturer at Leiden University Medical Center. Finally, you will also hear the viewpoint of scientific research from Dr. Frank Eijkenaar, Associate Professor at Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
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