ISPOR Europe 2018

Posted on 8 November 2018

Contributions of CHE researchers to ISPOR Europe 2018, Barcelona

ISPOR Europe 2018, Barcelona

Short Course - Mapping to estimate utility values from non-preference based outcome Measures 8:00 AM–12:00 PM Nov 11, 2018 Room: 116 (P1) Andrea Manca 

IP3: Will machines soon make health economists obsolete? 11:15am – 12:15pm Nov 12, 2018 Room: 113+114 Mike Drummond 

IP6: Do novel value measures have a place in European HTA? 3:45pm – 4:45pm Nov 12, 2018 Room: 113+114 Mark Sculpher 

IP7: Changing paradigm in the evaluation of the value of medical devices: what must stakeholders expect in the new decade? 3:45pm – 4:45pm Nov 12, 2018 Room: 112 Mike Drummond 

W9: How to communicate cost-effectiveness analysis to a lay audience? 11:00am – 12:00pm Nov 13, 2018 Room: 117 Rita Faria and Mike Drummond 

IP16: Valuing a cure: are new approaches needed? 2:00pm – 3:00pm Nov 13, 2018 Room: 115+116 Mark Sculpher

 IP23: Can we believe their beliefs: is expert elicitation (cost-) effective? 8:45am – 9:45am Nov 14, 2018 Room: 114 Laura Bojke 

W16: What is good for the environment is good for healthcare – how to consider green sustainability in value assessments and purchasing decisions 8:45am – 9:45am Nov 14, 2018 Room: 113 Mark Sculpher

Poster presentation - The impact of structural assumptions on decision uncertainty: a case study on the prevention of neonatal infections in preterm babies Alessandro Grosso 

Poster presentation - Using expert elicitation to capture cost-effectiveness model uncertainties: valuing experts' contribution Dina Jankovic 

Poster presentation - Cost-effectiveness of in-house vs contracted-out vision rehabilitation (VR): a multi-perspective study Francesco Longo