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Health interventions can produce economic gains for patients and national economies. In practice, however, the health-wealth link is rarely considered.
OHE’s Sarah Karlsberg Schaffer presented at the Glasgow Health Economics Seminar Series the results of a paper on the value of the cost-effectiveness threshold in Scotland.
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.
Recently published is a new OHE research paper entitled ‘Model of Behaviour within Fuzzy Budget Constraints’. The paper presents a model to capture the behaviour of health sector decision makers.
A new OHE Consulting Report assesses information governance arrangements for real-world data in eight countries, and makes recommendations towards an ideal governance framework.
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.
On 16th September Professor Luigi Siciliani led an OHE lunchtime seminar on waiting time policies in the health sector. The slides are now available.
Recently published in Health Policy is an article by Sarah Karlsberg Schaffer, Jon Sussex, Nancy Devlin and Andrew Walker entitled “Local health care expenditure plans and their opportunity costs”.
Professor Luigi Siciliani from the University of York will present an OHE Seminar on 16th September 2015 on the topic of waiting time policies in the health sector.
OHE at HESG Winter 2021
Bridging the Gap: Pathways for Regulatory and Health Technology Assessment of Histology Independent Cancer Treatments
Should We ‘Drop Dead’ from Health State Valuation?