EQ-5D and PROMs

Published in Medical Care [open access] is a paper reporting a multi-country pilot study investigating the feasibility of using discrete choice experiments (DCE) to value EQ-5D-5L health states.

For information on OHE at ISPOR Europe please see earlier posts: OHE at ISPOR Europe 1 and...

On 18th November 2014 OHE’s Professor Nancy Devlin presented at the King’s Fund Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) research conference. Nancy’s presentation focused on the role of the EQ-VAS.

On 28th November 2014 the BMJ published the Editorial “Reforming the Cancer Drug Fund”. In this editorial, Buxton, Longworth, Raftery, Sculpher and Towse  argue that the CDF, with new arrangements for
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The OHE gave the following presentations at ISPOR 17th Annual European Congress in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

At an OHE seminar on October 30th, OHE’s Professor Devlin and Professor van Hout from University of Sheffield jointly presented the key results from their study ‘An EQ-5D-5L value set for England’. The seminar was well attended,...

An OHE co-authored journal article that analyses variations in hospital performance in improving patient health has been awarded the prize by EuroQol for ‘best scientific paper’ on EQ-5D published in 2013.

As reported in this blog in November 2013, OHE’s Professor Nancy Devlin and Koonal Shah have been working on-site in Abu Dhabi to establish a new programme to measure and value health in...

In a new OHE Research Paper, OHE’s Nancy Devlin and Yan Feng join David Parkin from King’s College London in analysing characteristics of the EQ-5D indexing process that may obscure useful, and important, information about health states. Because the EQ-5D is one of the most used health-related quality of life instruments worldwide, it is crucial that the characteristics of the data be well understood.

Using innnovative econometric techniques, this report explores whether and how hospital outcomes and resource use are related for four common procedures.

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