Value–Based Procurement Community of Practice (VBP CoP)
The VBP CoP is driven by its members and assisted by supporting and knowledge partners. The CoP focuses on 5 key activities: Engage & Outreach, Educate, Collaborate, Derive Learnings and Continuously Enhance its Toolkit.
Value–Based Procurement is a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to partner for patient-centric, higher quality and more sustainable health care. Value–Based Procurement addresses key challenges in the provider/supplier relationship, leading to economic most advantageous purchasing by awarding the specific needs and what citizens, health systems, health actors and society value.
Value-Based Procurement Community of Practice (VBP CoP)
More information on the VBP CoP and the documents developed by the CoP are available in the resource library here.
The Value-Based Procurement Community of Practice (VBP CoP) brings together procurement organizations, procurers, the Medical Technology industry and their leadership and engages with health authorities and other stakeholders with a common interest in value-based procurement. Along with leading procurement organizations, MedTech Europe and BCG are founding members. For more information on the VBP CoP, please contact Hans Bax.
The objective of the VBP CoP is to foster a change in practice and implement value-based procurement both in the public and private healthcare sectors. This will bring the most economically advantageous solution into healthcare, taking into account the value offered to patients, to the care givers, the providers and potentially, to society.
The VBP CoP description is available here
Interactive session on Value–Based Agreements24 September 2020 from 10h to 14h – Brussels’ time – Online session
Organized by the Value-Based Procurement Community of Practice (VBP CoP), with the clear ambition to change procurement practice to a value and partnership-based procurement approach, this second event was dedicated to value-based agreements and provided an opportunity to participants to exchange experience and expertise on this topic. The goal of this second session was to provide to procurers and suppliers a tangible framework to further support them in the daily usage of value-based agreements. This framework will be composed of the final version of the taxonomy and guidance on how to establish value-based agreements initiated during the first event on 16 June 2020.
Please note that the materials presented at this interactive session is available here and that more material on value-based agreements is available in the resource library.
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