The Virtual ISPOR May 2021 (themed ‘HEOR: Evolving for Tomorrow’s Challenge’) commences this week. A number of researchers from OHE will be in attendance to present their research.

A team at the University of York recently published a study in which they sought to generate more reliable evidence to inform the estimation of marginal productivity in the NHS. In our response, published in Medical Decision Making, we suggest that, unfortunately, the estimates provided by the ‘experts’ in the study are of little practical use.

The Office of Health Economics ( wishes to recruit a well-qualified, highly motivated and energetic junior economist, with particular strengths in health economics, including the economics of health technology assessment, health care systems and/or the life sciences industry.