HVPAA 2017

Christopher Petrilli, MD from Michigan Medicine and Joshua Levenson, MD from University of Pittsburg

Academic medical centers from across the United States and Canada came together at the 2017 national conference to celebrate high value care and share value-based improvement projects. Nearly 200 clinicians, house staff members and administrators from 70 medical centers attended the conference. Innovative work to improve health care value from 50 institutions in the U.S. and Canada were featured through 140 podium and poster presentations.

The program included lectures from renowned faculty leaders in high value care. Additionally, presentations described innovative curricula developed by academic medical centers for undergraduate and graduate medical education to instill high value practice in future generation of physicians. The complete list of podium and poster presentations can be viewed here.

About the 2017 Conference

2017 Program at a Glance

2017 Abstracts

2017 Conference Awards

2017 Poster & Podium Presentations



What are academic medical centers across the country doing to improve healthcare value?

Value improvement guides: Published reviews in JAMA Internal Medicine coauthored by experienced faculty from multiple leading medical centers, with safety outcomes data and an implementation blue print.

Review article detailing 25 labs to refine for high value quality improvement | July 2020

MAVEN campaign: Free 4 year high value care curriculum online.

Join the Alliance! Membership is free with institutional approval and commitment to improving value in your medical center.

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