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Medical writers are perceived by many health economists to be incompetent in health economics writing. Medical writers need to abolish this common perception, and so must develop an understanding of cost-effectiveness, cost-utility, and other health…
Having had the pleasure of attending the one-day symposium on health economics and market access at this year's Spring EMWA conference, and of teaching a workshop on health economics at the conference, two points struck me.
Health economic evaluations are relevant to those making healthcare resource allocation decisions, such as listing a new drug on the national formulary or launching a new vaccination programme. Compared with clinical studies that report only the…
If economic evaluations are to be used by researchers and healthcare decision makers, they need to be adequately reported. This article discusses the update of the Consolidated Health Economic Evaluation Reporting Standards (CHEERS 2022), the main…
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is the independent organisation in England responsible for developing national guidance, standards, and information on providing high-quality health and social care, and preventing and…
Uncertainty is an unavoidable problem when analysing health technology assessment results, which can make decision making difficult. Whilst we have ways of presenting uncertainty for individual outcomes in a systematic review, we do not have a…
Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases and is estimated to affect more than 32 million European Union (EU) citizens, which is nearly 10% of the total EU population. An additional 32 million EU citizens are not yet diagnosed or have…
Doughnut economics provides a new framework for sustainable development, by balancing the ecological boundaries of the planet with the social boundaries of humanity. The framework provides a valuable opportunity for the healthcare industry to…
Modern data legislation increasingly empowers citizens, and therefore patients, with rights to access and control their health data. The mechanisms needed to exercise modern data rights are currently underdeveloped and underserving individuals and…
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