Patient-Driven Values in Healthcare Evaluation (PAVE) works to educate patient communities and disseminate patient-driven value elements.
Drs. Susan dos Reis, Alejandro Amill-Rosario & Julia Slejko from the PAVE program have published a blog entitled, Health Technology Assessment: Evidence Generation Methods For Patient-Driven Values in the March 14 issue of Health Affairs Forefront, the blog of the Health Affairs journal.
Digital Health Webinar Series Recordings
- Beverly Butler, SWATS LLC, PAVE Program Stakeholder Advisor
- Juan Caicedo, Executive Director, Heritage Care, Inc., PAVE Program Stakeholder Advisor
- Jennifer Dexter, Director of Policy, National Health Council
- Wendy Camelo Castillo, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
- Angela Dobes, MPH, Senior Director, IBD Plexus, Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation
- Ieuan Clay, PhD, MSci, Chief Scientific Officer, Digital Medicine Society
- Megan Coder, PharmD, MBA, Chief Policy Officer, Digital Therapeutics Alliance
Working with our patient and community partners, PAVE aims to:
- Expand minority and underserved patient populations' capacity to engage in value assessment.
- Ensure framework developers/assessors are skilled in patient engagement.
- Expand available training from introductory to intermediate and advanced levels.
Watch this short video to hear Wendy Camelo Castillo, MD, MSc, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Practice, Sciences, and Health Outcomes Research and Hispanic patient engagement core lead, discuss the importance of incorporating patient perspectives and values from minority communities in value assessments in health care.
With permission from our partner organization, the National Health Council (NHC), PAVE shares the following educational resource for health care professionals interested in learning more about patient-centered care.
- Increasing Patient-Community Capacity to Engage on Quality of Health Care
The NHC's first online educational series, this program is comprised of six modules that focus on why quality is important in the current health care environment and how patients and patient organizations can become strong advocates for quality.
- Increasing U.S. Patient-Community Capacity to Engage on Value Assessment: Development of a Patient-Friendly Value Assessment Curriculum
This brief presentations provides an update on content currently under development by the NHC that aims to create a patient-friendly value assessment curriculum.
- NHC Educational Program: Health Economics 101
This series, which is comprised of seven modules, focuses on the basics of health economics and value assessment. Each module takes between 10-15 minutes to complete.
- NHC Value Classroom
The NHC's Value Classroom features tools and resources for understanding value in health care and value assessment. Resources are intended to help patients and patient advocates engage in discussions on and the assessment of value.
The work of PAVE researchers is not complete just because a study has concluded. Our researchers are committed to disseminating information and methods to support real-world implementation of patient-driven value assessments through the development of broad-reaching dissemination materials.