Tag Archives: HEOR

ISPOR Europe: Closing the gap between research and actionable outputs

Last month, thousands of global researchers, thought leaders and life sciences industry peers gathered in Italy for the 18th Annual European Congress of the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR). We were all there in the name of health economics and outcomes research, which is very appropriate given that health economics was first […]
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ISPOR Europe; A distinctive opportunity at the forefront of great change

In approximately 2 weeks, 3,800 global researchers and thought leaders will be coming together in Amsterdam to explore “New Challenges for Improving European Health Care” at the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) 17th Annual European Congress, November 8-12. The conference is a great opportunity for us to interface with clients, partners and […]
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What’s the “Best” Data?–The Data That Can Answer the Question!

In a previous post by my colleague Dr. Aylin Altan Riedel, she presented an overview of Analyze This!, an educational symposium sponsored by Optum Life Sciences at the 18th Annual International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Annual International Meeting. I’m pleased to be a part of this panel discussion focused on getting the […]
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Analyze This! ISPOR panel to discuss Big Data, The Cloud and Real World Evidence

Each year at the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Annual International Meeting, the Optum Life Sciences group hosts an educational symposium before the attending global researchers and thought leaders. At this year’s 18th ISPOR gathering, I’m pleased to moderate an important educational symposium to be held tomorrow titled, “Analyze This! Getting the […]
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ISPOR: Focusing on the Patient

For the past 17 years, attendance at the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Annual International Meeting has grown from under 500 in attendance at the first conference held in 1996 to an expected turnout of more than 3,000 during the May 18-22, 2013 meeting in New Orleans.