The Center for Global Development and the Office of Health Economics are working on a new approach to drive the next generation of investment for better tuberculosis treatment. Our market-focused approach puts Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (the BRICS) governments in the driver’s seat—empowering them to send a powerful signal to private-sector pharmaceutical companies about the innovation they value and at the kind of price they are willing to consider.
The fourth annual meeting of the HTAi Asia Policy Forum was held in November 2016. OHE produced Background Briefing Papers for each of these four meetings covering a variety of topics relevant to the development of HTA in Asia, all of which are now available. This post contains a summary of each report.
OHE has published a new report discussing a framework to help middle-income countries efficiently identify medicines for formulary inclusion. A second publication applies this framework to the Mexican decision making system as a case study.
The Spanish Health Economics Association (AES) Conference was held at the University of Murcia, 15-18th June 2016. The topic of the meeting was “Reforms under the microscope”. Several members of the OHE team attended and contributed to the conference; this post summarises their activity.
This post summarises OHE’s activities at this year’s ISPOR Latin America conference in Santiago, September 2015. Topics include policy options for formulary development in middle-income countries, and role of HTA in definition of health benefit plans.
This post summarises OHE’s activities at the upcoming HTAi meeting in Oslo, June 2015. Topics include the effect of NICE decisions abroad, a framework for developing formularies in MICs, a new drug development paradigm, and a comparison of EQ-5D-5L and EQ-5D-3L.
Each year, the OHE sponsors a lecture that explores a timely issue in medicine or health economics. At the 22nd Annual Lecture, held in June 2014, the issues and challenges of universal health care coverage in low- and middle-income countries were presented by Professor Anne Mills of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.