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TDABC in Health Care Management - Masterclass -

Objective

To explain why Time-driven Activity-based Costing is being used to evaluate costs in health care in organizations that are following the Value Agenda.

Investment

€ 50,00 + taxes

Target audience

Health care operational and financial executives, consultants, researchers and professors. The Masterclass will explore the use of the TDABC from the perspective of payors, hospitals and industries.  

Idiom

The masterclass will be offered in English*. If you are a Portuguese or Spanish speaker, we will be happy in answer your questions in your native idiom.

When and where

It will be defined soon.

Class dynamic

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Offering

This Masterclass is being offered by the Way2Value in collaboration to the TDABC in Healthcare Consortium. Please, if you have additional questions, write to anaetges@tdabcconsortium.com or info@way2value.pt

Literature

Kaplan, R. S. (2014). Improving value with TDABC. Healthcare Financial Management, 68(6), 76-84.

 

da Silva Etges, A. P. B., Cruz, L. N., Notti, R. K., Neyeloff, J. L., Schlatter, R. P., Astigarraga, C. C., ... & Polanczyk, C. A. (2019). An 8-step framework for implementing time-driven activity-based costing in healthcare studies. The European Journal of Health Economics, 20(8), 1133-1145.

 

da Silva Etges, A. P. B., Ruschel, K. B., Polanczyk, C. A., & Urman, R. D. (2020). Advances in value-based healthcare by the application of time-driven activity-based costing for inpatient management: a systematic review. Value in Health.

 

da Silva Etges, A. P. B., Polanczyk, C. A., & Urman, R. D. (2020). A standardized framework to evaluate the quality of studies using TDABC in healthcare: the TDABC in Healthcare Consortium Consensus Statement. BMC health services research, 20(1), 1-15.

 

The articles will be shared previously with all the participants followed by a list of questions that will be explored during the class.