When you are responsible for managing value analysis for your hospital or health system, having access to the right tools and information is essential to drive successful collaboration, critical decision-making, and workflow efficiencies.
The following ECRI Elevating the Value Analysis Process Educational Series is an educational, virtual event series available to both ECRI members and non-members and focuses on continued learning on how to build a more comprehensive value analysis process. This complimentary, informational series consists of individual, short-form program segments, designed to inform value analysis professionals at hospital and health systems and payer organizations, on a full range of topics – spanning from physician and stakeholder engagement, to having access to product comparison data and the importance of strategic souring. All program content focuses on helping value analysis professionals achieve a more optimized workflow and mature value analysis process.
Watch the on-demand, recorded events to:
- Understand best practices for value analysis by learning about important considerations across departments and through all stages of the value analysis workflow
- Improve physician, clinician, and supply chain leader engagement to help drive decision-making and reach a more unified approach to value analysis
- Identify the best opportunities and resources available to improve patient outcomes and payer reimbursement
- Achieve a more integrated value analysis approach using identified strategies by peer experts that are succeeding
Related ECRI resources
- Video | Drive Credibility with Key Decision-makers using ECRI Clinical Evidence Assessment
- Video | Simplify and Accelerate your Purchasing Decisions using ECRI Value Analysis Workflow
- DataSheet | Technology Considerations that Lead to Successful Value Analysis
"Very helpful information. Please hold more webinars of this type. Good mix of speakers and topics."
“I found the content interesting and thought provoking.”
“My value analysis team is mature, and we are already doing many of the items shared. For other programs not as far along I feel this would be very beneficial.”