OHE Masterclass on Innovation for small populations

Thursday 03 December, 2020 starting at 08:30-17:30

116 Pall Mall, St. James's, London SW1Y 5ED, UK

The Office of Health Economics (OHE) is to hold an event titled Innovation for small populations: what should we pay for? as part of their 2020 masterclass series. OHE reports:

“Developing products for small populations presents unique but well-known challenges. However, despite significant policy changes in Europe and the US there remains significant unmet need with only 5% of the almost 8,000 rare diseases having treatments available today.

2020 Masterclass Theme

Demonstrating Value: evolving with innovation explores this lively technical and policy debate where the evolving and sometimes challenging nature of innovative interventions is not always matched by value assessment paradigms applied by country decision makers.

Value assessments are necessary to ensure that healthcare expenditure is optimal but there is a need for a common understanding of what constitutes value, capturing what matters most to patients, society, and payers. The 2020 Masterclass Series will take attendees through the journey of exploring value from different perspectives and providing tools to identify consolidated and novel sources of value, and generate compelling evidence at different stages of the product life-cycle to demonstrate them.”

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