EQ-5D and PROMs

Two new papers, just published in Value in Health, examine the design of health state valuation studies.

Professor Nancy Devlin outlines her top 5 recommendations for anyone collecting or reporting EQ-5D data.

A summary of OHE’s activity at the 2016 winter HESG meeting, Manchester, 6-8th January.

Professor Weinstein compares the use of cost-per-QALY approaches in the UK and the US. Britain has got it closer to right, but may go a little too far.

This paper reports the results of a systematic review of the use and quality of Patient Reported Outcome (PRO) measures in paediatric populations with vaccine-preventable infectious diseases in developed countries.

New publication by OHE’s Yan Feng, Nance Devlin and Mike Herdman in Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, comparing the 3L and 5L versions of EQ-5D as measures of general population health.

OHE, in collaboration with the University of Sheffield, has been awarded a research grant from the EuroQol Research Foundation to revisit the Measurement and Valuation of Health (MVH) study that produced the UK EQ-5D value set.

This post summarises a research grant that OHE and Peking University have been awarded from the EuroQol Group Foundation. The funded research project will explore the inconsistent ordering of levels of the EQ-5D-5L value set.

A paper by OHE’s Koonal Shah on alternative comparators for use in TTO studies is the first to be published as part of the new EuroQol Working Paper Series.

In June 2015 OHE’s Nancy Devlin gave a seminar at the Royal Statistical Society on the topic of patient-reported outcomes measures (PROMs) in health economics – providing an overview and highlighting key developments in the field.

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