The HTAi 2021 Annual Meeting (‘Innovation Through HTA’) will take place virtually from Saturday, June 19, to Wednesday, June 23, 2021. A number of the team from OHE will be in attendance to present their research.
Our new paper explores the evidence currently being used to allocate budgets between public sector activities in the UK and its limitations. We argue that there is much that can and should be done to improve the evidence base to inform the allocation of public sector budgets across portfolios. We propose a pragmatic approach to measure and value disparate public sector outputs in a commensurate manner.
In a recently published report, we explore the financial sustainability of gene therapies and highlight the factors that are likely to influence the financial sustainability of this important medical technology.
This blog discusses the rationale behind a COVID-19 patent waiver decision and contributes to the current debate by producing a balanced view on the benefits and drawbacks resulting from an intellectual property (IP) waiver, in the short- and the long run. Moreover, it offers recommendations and alternatives for expediting global access to COVID-19 vaccines without waiving their IP rights.