Tag: Hungary

IS PAYERS’ DATABASE SUITABLE FOR CANCER SERVICE EVALUATION?

Budapest, Hungary – Malignant diseases represent a high burden for societies in Central and Eastern European countries. The data routinely collected in the database of the Hungarian National Health Insurance Fund can be used to assess some quality indicators related

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What is the Role of ISPOR Regional Chapters in Health Technology Implementation?

Budapest, Hungary – Middle income countries often do not have a clear roadmap for the implementation of health technology assessment (HTA) in policy decisions. Since examples from high income countries may not be relevant, roadmaps for the implementation of HTA from

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Curbing Drug Costs: Should Hungary Become A Role Model?

Ljubljana, Slovenia – Trying to control spending on prescription drugs is difficult because the many reasons for pharmaceutical expenditure growth are usually addressed only partially with national prescription drug policies.

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