Watch again: Evidence & Access Virtual Summit – Part 1

Written on Saturday 1st May 2021

Using High-Quality Scientific Evidence to Overcome Patient Access Challenges in Today’s Market

This 2-day event brought together the global community to discuss worldwide trends influencing patient access to safe and effective therapies.

The world of health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) has grown considerably since the 1990s, when the first pharmacoeconomic guidelines were released in Australia and Canada and health technology assessment (HTA) agencies such as NICE in the UK were formed. Today, the quest for robust scientific evidence continues. Healthcare decision-makers require high-quality data that describe unmet therapeutic needs and endorse innovative treatment strategies meeting those needs. Regulatory approval no longer guarantees patient access, the so-called “fourth hurdle,” and demonstrating the value of innovative therapies must be supported.

Despite the challenging environment, there is good news—we at OPEN Health firmly believe that patient access is very much achievable if the right market access and integrated evidence-generation strategies are in place.

An exciting and information-rich agenda where expert OPEN Health presenters will addressed topics of critical importance to the pharmaceutical industry, including:

  • HTA trends
  • The use of early models and patient insights to inform decision-making
  • The value of intercompany cross-functional collaborations and external data partnerships
  • The benefits of making digital transformation a reality
  • Proven tactics for strategic evidence generation
  • Effective communication of value to payers and other healthcare decision-makers

Amplifying the HEOR Impact through Medical Collaboration and Digital Transformation

Cutting-edge, Multidisciplinary, Patient-focused Solutions The Challenges and the Opportunities

Harnessing the power of data partnerships

HTA Trends Around the Globe and Their Role in Digital Therapeutics

Incorporating the Healthcare Decision-Maker Perspective in HEOR Publications

The secret to getting ahead is getting started. The power of early and iterative modelling for HTA