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We’re showcasing key projects at international health economics conference

We’re looking forward to highlighting some key health economic and outcomes research projects at the ISPOR Europe 2019 conference in Denmark this week including industry-NHS collaborations in real world evaluation, market access and novel digital tools for health economies.

We’re showcasing an example of our ‘lean assessment process’ methodology for a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease diagnostic test to establish the feasibility of the technology by conducting a preliminary assessment of the design, value to the NHS and evidence reliability in the early stages of development.

Together with Janssen, we’re also featuring our case study around major depressive disorder for pathwaypro®, a novel digital technology developed by Accession Healthcare which aims to give local health economies the right tools to explore the effects before implementing an intervention in a real world setting.

In addition, we’re presenting our budget impact model for pre-hospital diagnostic testing to improve clinical decision-making in acute frailty where we look at a payer perspective over a short period to develop the business case for adoption.

Through partnership with the Office of Health Economics, we are presenting early analysis of one of our key digital health projects looking at the impact of wider access to a digital sleep improvement programme (Sleepio) on healthcare costs in the NHS.

Finally, we are presenting work developed as part of our recently launched eMaps platform, a market access knowledge hub for life science innovators. Showcasing results from international benchmarking of nine digital health markets across Europe, we shine light on the similarities and differences that are likely to impact market access for digital health products.

Find full details of our poster presentations below:

1 Tuesday morning

Title: Urine-based biomarker test for the early detection of an acute exacerbation in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

2 Tuesday afternoon

Title: eMaps – a benchmarking study of nine digital health markets

  • Partner: EIT Health

3 Tuesday afternoon

Title: The impact of a digital sleep improvement programme on healthcare costs

  • Partners: Big Health, Office for Health Economics

4 Tuesday afternoon

Title: Leveraging innovative digital technology: a novel approach to service optimisation

  • Partners: Janssen Cilag, Accession Healthcare Consulting

5 Wednesday morning

Title: Can using point of care blood tests help inform decision-making for patients with acute frailty syndrome? A budget impact analysis

  • Partner: South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
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