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.

 

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.  

 

When and where: March 17, 2 pm – 4pm (GMT-3), online by Zoom.

 

Investment: € 50,00 + taxes

 

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.

 

Class dynamic: The class will cross expositive and case learning methods, which makes the previous reading a requirement to participate. At the final 30 minutes, Prof. Ana Etges will answer specific questions from the participants.

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.