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ISPOR’s 2nd PLENARY OF 18th ANNUAL EUROPEAN CONGRESS EXPLORES EVOLUTION OF OUTCOMES RESEARCH IN HEALTH CARE

PANEL EXAMINES OUTCOMES RESEARCH IN DAILY PRACTICE  Milan, Italy—November 10, 2015—The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) 18th Annual European Congress second plenary session — Outcomes Research: Are We Ready to Put Theory into Practice? — was held

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Posted in Announcements, ISPOR News & Press

INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT LEADERS OUTLINE POTENTIAL FOR SOCIAL MEDIA TO ACCELERATE PRO DEVELOPMENT

Raritan, NJ, USA – A collaboration designed to open dialogue between industry and government leaders has found “great potential” for social media to support content validity of patient-reported outcomes (PRO) instruments, and outlined how the use of social media can

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Posted in Commentary, Value in Health

Estimation Of Potential Gain In Quality Of Life From Early Detection Of Cervical Cancer

Tainan, Taiwan – Each year, about 528,000 new cases of cervical cancer are reported worldwide. In Taiwan, a screening program exists for early detection, which can save life-years for those individuals who are affected, but the effect on quality of life still

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Posted in Brief Report, Value in Health

Linking Profile To Preference-Based Measures – Don’t Regress

Aberdeen, UK & Los Angeles, CA, USA – Health-related quality of life measures can provide useful information to decision makers involved in health care resource allocation.  These decision makers are concerned with the planning of health care services and are often interested

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Posted in Methodological Articles, Value in Health
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