Tag: diagnostic technology

ISPOR SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP RECOMMENDS CHANGES TO HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENTS FOR MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

Issues Nine Specific Recommendations to Address Identified Challenges Princeton, NJ—August 30, 2016—The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Medical Devices and Diagnostics Special Interest Group has completed a review of diagnostic-specific health technology assessment programs, identified elements representing

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Willingness To Pay For Diagnostic Tests

Boston, MA, USA – Diagnostic testing is one of the fastest growing areas of health care and an important driver of increasing health costs in the US. A new study, “Willingness to Pay for Diagnostic Technologies: A Review of the Contingent

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Evaluating Diagnostic Strategies Involving Multiple Tests

Leicester, UK – It is essential that the relationships between diagnostic tests are understood in order to ensure the most effective diagnoses of diseases, as they rarely perform independently. To date, both clinical and economic evaluations of combinations of diagnostic tests

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Where Do We Need Best Practices In Development And Reimbursement Of Personalized Medicine?

Durham, NC, USA – Personalized medicine technologies are currently caught between high expectations of improving health outcomes and uncertainty about navigating the rapidly changing regulatory and reimbursement environment. This is because they do not fit neatly into the existing routes by

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