Newsletter | ICHOM – International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement


Published periodically, the ICHOM Newsletter features news articles on ICHOM’s programs, projects, activities and accomplishments. It announces new ICHOM publications and describes upcoming conferences and workshops. The most recent ICHOM Newsletter is listed first below:

December 2017

Highlights from the 5-year anniversary issue of the ICHOM Newsletter include an overview of five years of progress, collaboration, and growth at ICHOM, an announcement of Don Berwick’s induction to the Board of Directors, and an introduction to a new partnership with All.Can aimed to improve value in cancer care.

June 2017

Highlights from the June 2017 Newsletter include a review of ICHOM’s first regional conference in Sydney, Australia, an announcement of published benchmarking updates in the European Medical Journal, and the most recent news on the 2017 ICHOM Conference (registration is now open!).

January 2017

Highlights from the January 2017 Newsletter include the ICHOM and OECD Letter of Intent to collaborate, the announcement of 12 new Standard Sets for 2017, and pilot updates on the Global Outcomes Benchmarking Program.

December 2015

Highlights from the December 2015 Newsletter include an announcement of ICHOM’s new open review period for Standard Set review, the launch of ICHOM Implementation Communities, and a save-the-date for ICHOM’s 2016 Conference.

April 2015

Highlights from the April 2015 Newsletter include an introduction to ICHOM’s redesigned Reference Guides (available online now!) and the announcement of new implementation leadership.

September 2014

Highlights from the September 2014 Newsletter include an introduction to ICHOM’s next president, a presentation of the newly opened ICHOM London Office, and implementation reports from key ICHOM partners.

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