This 2-day course will provide an introduction to the methods of health technology assessment.
This 2-day course will provide an introduction to the methods of health technology assessment. There will be a focus on how to estimate the costs and benefits of new interventions and analysis undertaken to support decisions about whether new interventions should be funded by health systems. The first day will include sessions on policy context and basic economic evaluation methods, as well as lectures on health measurement and valuation for HTA, evidence synthesis and decision analysis. There will also be exercises to confirm participants’ understanding of key concepts. The second day will focus on sharing case studies and discussing key statistical challenges in HTA such as treatment switching, extrapolation, and network meta-analysis. Attendees will be encouraged to share their own HTA experiences.
Mark Sculpher, Professor of Health Economics and Director of the Programme on Economic Evaluation and Health Technology Assessment at the University of York.
Neil Hawkins, Professor of Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment at the University of Glasgow.
Jan McKendrick, Senior Director at PRMA Consulting Ltd.
Anja Schiel, Senior Advisor and Statistician and the Norwegian Medicines Agency (NoMA)
Jonathan Alsop, Director at Numerus.
Course runs from:
Day 1: 09:00 – 17:30 (registration from 8:30)
Day 2: 09:00 – 15:30
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