European Statistical Meeting: Latest Trends in Health Technology Assessments

  • Dates: 28 Nov, 2017
  • Location: Two Pancras Square, N1C 4AG, London
  • Address: MSD

This 1-day scientific meeting will provide an update on latest trends in HTA, including: the Real-World Evidence Navigator tool created by the IMI GetReal project; the EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 initiative and methodology being researched; introduction to value-based frameworks and estimands in HTA.  Patient perspectives in HTA will be discussed including how to involve patients in HTA and latest methods in patient reported outcomes.  HTA related methodological considerations will be highlighted including approaches to handle treatment switching in HTA.  Industry HTA case studies will also be presented. 

Speakers include well known representatives from academia, European regulatory bodies and industry. The day will end with a panel discussion.

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Outline of the Agenda

 09:30 Welcome
Chrissie Fletcher (Amgen, Chair HTA SIG), William Malbecq (MSD)
 
 09:50 Session: Trends in HTA(1)

Introducing the RWE Navigator - Heather Stegenga (NICE)

EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 activities - to be confirmed

 11:10 Coffee Break
 11:30 Session: HTA research and methods

Adjusting for treatment switching in randomised controlled trials - Nick Latimer (University of Sheffield)

Accumulated Industry experience in bridging regulatory and HTA research methodologies - William Malbecq, Kristel Vandormael (MSD)
 12:50  Lunch
 13:30 Session: Patient perspectives in HTA

Involving the patient in HTA - Karen Facey (Evidence Based Health Policy Consultant)

Benefit-Risk assessments in HTA - Shahrul Mt-Isa (MSD), Susan Talbot (Amgen)
 14:50 Coffee Break
 15:10 Session: Trends in HTA(2)

Value-based frameworks - Jan McKendrick (PRMA Consulting)

Estimands in HTA - Jason Wang (Celgene), Chrissie Fletcher (Amgen)

 16:30 Panel Discussion
 17:00 Summary and meeting close

Registration

Fee includes lunch & refreshments.

Registration on or before 14th October
PSI Member  £100 (plus VAT)
Non-Member  £140 (plus VAT)
Academic  £70 (plus VAT)
Registration after 14th October
PSI Member  £120 (plus VAT)
Non-Member  £160 (plus VAT)
Academic  £90 (plus VAT)

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