Research by OHE and the University of Sussex into patients’ preferences for diagnostic tests aimed at reducing antimicrobial resistance has been published in Applied Health Economics & Health Policy. The research found that patients across Europe have different preferences, which may have significant implications for the design and uptake of diagnostic tests.
OHE, in collaboration with RAND Europe, University College London (UCL) and University of Manchester (UoM), has been awarded a new research grant from Cancer Research UK in partnership with Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership (GMHSCP) to further explore the potential of implementing outcome-based payments for cancer treatments.
New research published in Economics and Human Biology demonstrates that elevated blood tests and nurse-collected physical measures predict progression to disability two to four years ahead for individuals without a disability history.
A new OHE Research Paper summarises the findings of a project funded by the Wellcome Trust on innovative HTA methods and contracting for antibiotics. The paper provides an overview of the current state of HTA and contracting for antibiotics in five European countries, reviews recent proposals in the literature for revising HTA approaches and explores the associated implementation opportunities and challenges.
The Trump Administration proposed an International Pricing Index for reimbursing physician-administered Medicare drugs. A conservative thought leader proposed a different basket of 'market-oriented' countries. These differ markedly from the U.S. Their governments have a central role in medicines purchase, in contrast to U.S. reliance on private markets.