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The Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS): An Introduction

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An introduction to the PaRIS project, why it matters, how it will work, its timeline, and the key issues it will address. Contact us at paris_survey@oecd.org to learn more.

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The Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS): An Introduction

  1. 1. International survey of people living with chronic conditions
  2. 2. © OECD | What is PaRIS? Listening to the patients And measuring what matters For better healthier lives 2 Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS) Although health systems across the OECD spend around 9% of their GDP on health, it is shocking how little we know about whether health systems are truly delivering what people need. The outcomes achieved for patients and how they experience care are rarely measured in a systematic and rigorous way. It is difficult to improve what is not been measured. Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS) make health systems more people-centred by systematically collecting data on outcomes and experiences that matter most to patients. PaRIS assesses patient’s health care outcomes and experiences, revealing how health systems are contributing to people’s lives. This information allows health services to learn and improve, and to deliver the ultimate objective of health care: maximising people’s health and well- being.
  3. 3. © OECD | Why does it matter? 3 Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS) Why PaRIS? •A mechanism for international learning and benchmarking •Provides insights tracking variation in patient-reported outcomes and patient-reported experiences across provider types, regions/states. •Findings can be used to improve value, increase spending in most effective services and deliver more people-centred health systems. Helps policy makers improve health systems •Systematic information on outcomes and experiences is the first step towards people centred health systems •Compare different care models •Identify urgent topics on national level and align with own national / regional initiatives Puts people at the centre of health care •Results can enhance provider-patient communication. •PaRIS will help health systems to be more centred on peoples’ needs. •Provider-feedback data will enable their healthcare providers to improve quality. •Patient advisory panel will advise to ensure the project maximises value for patients. Helps providers improving quality of care •Providers will be able to see aggregated data and compare the results of their own organisation with (anonymised) peers •Valuable tool for quality improvement and raise awareness of problems that would otherwise be unidentified
  4. 4. © OECD | How will it work? The PaRIS conceptual framework links the two sources of data in the main survey;  data provided by patients about the patient demographics, health conditions, health literacy level, and health behaviours, the patient-reported measures on general, physical, mental, social health outcomes and experiences of health care.  data by health care providers about the demographics, clinic characteristics, remuneration and care models. 4 Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS) PaRIS collects data from patients PaRIS collects data from health care providers Together this information helps us understand how well health systems are performing Provides information for international learning Provides national and sub-national performance data Provides information to health care providers for quality improvement
  5. 5. © OECD | PaRIS Conceptual Framework 5 Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS)
  6. 6. © OECD | High-level timeline 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 6 Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS) OECD ministerial meeting Development of the PaRIS survey materials and PaRIS questionnaires Country preparations for the Field Trial Main Survey Field Trial
  7. 7. © OECD | PaRIS is guided by 7 principles 7 Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS) Together with all stakeholders and countries Information that is actionable and that helps to identify policy actions to improve care Creating synergy with initiatives already going on in countries Combining information on the level of patients, health care organisations and health systems to get the full picture Development, field trial, implementation Use of state-of-the art, innovative methods for data collection and data sharing that are safe, privacy- respectful and user- friendly
  8. 8. © OECD | Who is involved? 8 Patient-Reported Indicator Surveys (PaRIS) OECD Secretariat Countries Patients Primary care providers Consortium The OECD member and partner countries are steering the PaRIS initiative and take all main decisions to ensure that PaRIS supports their policy needs. The international consortium and the Secretariat assist countries in implementation of the survey. A PaRIS Patient Advisory Panel advices on tool development, implementation plans, and engagement of key stakeholders. The Consortium, consisting of Nivel, IPSOS MORI, Exeter University, Optimedis and the Avis Donabedian Research Institute, assists countries for the national level preparations. PaRIS ensures the methodological quality of the project by the primary care providers by working with a Technical Advisory Committee. This committee includes several experts with different backgrounds as well as leading primary care organisation representatives.
  9. 9. Keep in touch! For more information https://www.oecd.org/health/paris/ https://twitter.com/OECD_social paris_survey@oecd.org https://oecd.org/newsletters

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