13–14 January 2020
IMPACT HTA 3rd Project Meeting
The meeting was hosted by Bocconi University. Partners discussed the research completed to date and discussed next steps, potential outputs and dissemination activities.
For an update on research, check the presentations below.
WP2: Development and application of a tool to combine and use RCT and observational registry data in economic evaluation
WP3: Developing a costing methodology and a core dataset of costs for facilitating cross border comparisons in economic evaluation
WP4: Social costs and their role in economic evaluation for health care decision-making
WP5: Exploring health preferences on different sub-population groups using EQ-5D
WP7: Methodological tools using multi-criteria value methods for HTA decision-making
WP8: Analysis of economic evaluation methods for hospital-based assessment
WP9: Expanding economic analysis for HTA: methods for measuring fiscal impact of new healthcare interventions
WP10: HTA appraisal of medicines for rare diseases
15–16 May 2020
10th European Conference on Rare Diseases & Orphan Products (ECRD)
The 10th ECRD will take place in Stockholmsmässan, Stockholm, Sweden. For more information on the conference, please visit the ECRD website (here).
Poster abstracts – submissions now open (until 10 February)
Patient Advocate Fellowship Programme – applications now open (until 2 December)
New Linkedin ECRD page – please follow and share with your network.
10–11 January 2019
IMPACT HTA 2nd Project Meeting
The meeting was hosted by AOTMiT. All partners reviewed the research done to date and discussed next steps, further collaborations and dissemination activities.
WP6: Methodological guidance on the analysis and interpretation of non-randomised studies to inform health
WP11: From HTA results to implementation
11–12 January 2018
IMPACT HTA Kick-off Meeting
The meeting was hosted by the Paris School of Economics. Representatives from all the IMPACT HTA partners attended, leading to fruitful discussion and useful input on the first phase of the project.
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