OHE at ISPOR Philadelphia: Presentations and Posters

A selection of the posters and presentations delivered by OHE at the ISPOR 20th Annual International Meeting in Philadelphia, May 2015, are available below.

Available presentations:

  • Directly eliciting personal utility functions: A new way to value health-related quality of life - Poster presented by Koonal Shah
  • The ISPOR MCDA task force: How best to use it in health care decision making - Nancy Devlin’s slides
  • Can we afford medical breakthroughs for large prevalence diseases? Lessons from hepatitis C - Adrian Towse’s slides
  • Early access to medicines: What is in it for payers? - Adrian Towse’s slides
  • An Analysis of NICE ‘Recommended in line with Clinical Practice’ Health Technology Assessment Decisions - Poster presented by Amanda Cole

Directly eliciting personal utility functions: A new way to value health-related quality of life

Koonal Shah (presenting author, OHE), Nancy Devlin (OHE), Brendan Mulhern (University of Technology Sydney) and Ben van Hout (University of Sheffield).

 

The ISPOR MCDA task force: How best to use it in health care decision making

Discussion leaders: Maarten  IJzerman (University of Twente), Nancy Devlin (OHE), Praveen Thokala (University of Sheffield), Kevin Marsh (Evidera).

 

Can we afford medical breakthroughs for large prevalence diseases? Lessons from hepatitis C  

Moderator: Dana Goldman (University of Southern California). Panelists: Adrian Towse (OHE), Ross Maclean (Precision Health Economics), Thomas Philipson (University of Chicago).  

 

Early access to medicines: What is in it for payers?  

Moderator: Adam Heathfield (Pfizer). Panelists: Adrian Towse (OHE), Mark Trusheim (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Dan Ollendorf (Institute for Clinical and Economic Review).  

 

An Analysis of NICE ‘Recommended in line with Clinical Practice’ Health Technology Assessment Decisions

Phill O’Neill (OHE), Amanda Cole (OHE, presenting author), Nancy Devlin (OHE), Aurea Duran (Pfizer).

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