The scientific advisory board of the PromOphta registry is supported by the VBHC Consortium, a non-profit organization headed by Marie-Josée Augé-Caumon and Dr. Jean-Pierre Thierry
to launch a pioneering ecosystem that incentivizes practioners on high-value care for cataract surgery journal officiel on July 30, 2020).
The goal is to compare health gains from 25,000 cataract surgeries for 15,000 patients by 2025.
The objective is to demonstrate that value of care increases when patient outcomes are measured and shared.
Health gains measure the clinical benefit of cataract surgery for patients. It is the difference between the patient’s visual abilities in everyday activities before and after surgery.
This experiment aims to demonstrate that transparency on health gains contributes to reducing the number of inappropriate surgeries, i.e., those associated with low visual benefits for patients.
The objective is to improve the health system efficiency by optimizing the number of cataract surgeries, which grew by nearly .