Tag: patient access

ISPOR INITIATIVE ADVANCES HIGH-QUALITY VALUE ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORKS FOR HEALTH CARE INTERVENTIONS

Value in Health Themed Issue Examines the Development and Dissemination of High-Quality, Unbiased Frameworks   Princeton, NJ—February 27, 2017— The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) announced today the publication of a special theme issue of its flagship journal,

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ISPOR 19TH ANNUAL EUROPEAN CONGRESS ISSUE PANEL EXPLORES ISSUE OF ADAPTIVE PATHWAYS AND PATIENT ACCESS

Vienna, Austria—1 November 2016—The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) held an issue panel this afternoon entitled, Adaptive Pathways and Patient Access: Pushing Payer Boundaries or Facilitating New Payment Models? The session took place at the Society’s 19th

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THE FOURTH HURDLE – CAN IT BE SIMPLIFIED?

Melbourne, Australia – While regulatory systems are well established within Asia-Pacific countries, formalised health technology assessment (HTA) based reimbursement systems are relatively new, yet rapidly evolving. Closer understanding of the different reimbursement processes within Asia-Pacific can allow for best-practice cross-pollination, leading

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A New Approach To Korea’s Reimbursement Coverage And Pricing Rules For Medical Devices Long Overdue

Seoul, South Korea – Since 1989, Korea has had a comprehensive National Health Insurance system, which also covers most implantable and disposable medical devices. Although medical devices account for only about 4% of the total budget, considerable attention is paid to

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