EVO facilitates the engagement of a multidisciplinary team in the understanding and use of patient-level information and costs, and its relationship to value in healthcare. The ultimate purpose being to achieve the best outcome for the patient within the resources available.
The roll-out of patient-level costing (PLICS) across the NHS means that services have an increasingly rich source of information to help them understand their patients and services, however awareness of this data outside the costing team is not widespread.
The HFMA’s Healthcare Costing for Value Institute and Future Focused Finance have worked together to develop the Engagement Value Outcome (EVO) framework. EVO promotes collaborative working between clinical and finance teams and their collective understanding of PLICS, providing the NHS with a framework to ensure resources are used in the most effective way possible to provide high-quality care to patients.
During the second half of 2019 we piloted the EVO framework with four trusts, covering acute, mental health and community services.
- Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust
- Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust
- University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Click here to view the EVO pilot summary which provides an overview of EVO and initial findings from the pilot sites.
In early 2020 we will publish twelve pilot case studies, ensuring that the good practice generated from the EVO framework is shared with others.
If you have any questions, please contact EVO@hfma.org.uk
Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust: February 2020rnAllied Health Professionals, Diabetes Wound CareRead it here
Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust:March 2020rnCardiology, Gynaecology, Trauma and OrthopaedicsRead it here
North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust: March 2020rnAdult Community Mental Health Teams, Crisis Care, Memory Assessment ServiceRead it here
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS FT u2013 October 2020 – Dermatology, Trauma and Orthopaedics, Vascular SurgeryRead it here