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8th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 17-19, 2024 | Baltimore, USA

October 17 -19, 2024 | Baltimore, USA
NWC 2024

Adele Webb

Speaker at Nursing Conference - Adele Webb
Strategic Education, Inc., United States
Title : Value based care: Implications for nursing


Value Based Care Value Based Care (VBC) is being incorporated more and more in our healthcare organizations. For practicing nurses, little information has been provided to educate them on the definition as well as the impact on the care they provide. VBC offers nurses the opportunity to improve patient outcomes by increasing efficiency, effectiveness and innovation. This activity will not only define the concept but will explain the trends, the key players, the benefits and the measures of success in value based care. In addition, nursing’s opportunity to have a significant impact will be discussed. 

Audience Take Away Notes:

  • Define Value Based Care
  • Describe Trends in Value Based Care
  • Identify the Key Players in Value Based Care
  • Explain the Benefits of Value Based Care
  • Summarize the Effect of Value Based Care on Nursing Practice

By understanding the basic tenets of VBC and opportunities to do better with less, nurses can improve care and over time improve patient outcomes, resulting in fewer admissions and better patient quality outcomes.


Dr. Webb’s foci are capacity building, nursing workforce issues and wellness.  She has extensive funding for her work and has published in several journals.  She has testified to the National Academy of Medicine and the White House.  A sought-out speaker on international nursing care, Adele collaborates with WHO and the World NCD Congress and has contributed to nurse capacity building in 56 countries.  Adele received the Nicholas Andrew Cummings award for Excellence in Interprofessional Practice, is an International Council of Nurses Global Health Fellow, and a Fellow in both the National Academies of Practice and the American Academy of Nursing.