The Institute for Innovation & Valuation in Health Care, InnoValHC, is an independent not-for-profit research organization. It was established by scientists with medical, health economic, and econometric backgrounds, as well as hands-on management experience, to analyse health economic and treatment strategies (see Profile). Learn more about the institute's Purpose and Projects.

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Recent Scientific Presentations at the HTAi 2017 Annual Meeting in Rome / Italy, June 17 – 21, 2017

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Research presentations on "An Update on the Economic Value of a Statistical Life Year in Europe" and "Is NICE in the UK more Innovation-Friendly than IQWiG/GBA in Germany?" at the 2017 HTAi Annual Meeting in Rome / Italy, June 17-21, 2017.

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Health Technology Assessment (HTA) for Medical Products – How to Cope with the Increasing Regulatory Burden?

Now online available: Presentation on "Health Technology Assessment (HTA) for Medical Products - How to Cope with the Increasing Regulatory Burden?" at the MedTech Dialogue Meeting in Mannheim / Germany, on March 23, 2017.

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Common Principles for Value Determination and Assessment

Now online available: Invited panel contribution on "Common Principles for Value Determination and Assessment" at the "Second EURORDIS Multi-Stakeholder Symposium on Improving Patient Access to Rare Disease Therapies" in Brussels / Belgium, February 22/23, 2017.

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Interventions for Ultra-Rare Disorders (URDs): How to Assess “Value for Money”?

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The “URD Consensus” documented as a peer-reviewed publication in the Journal of Market Access and Health Policy.

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Recent Scientific Presentations at the 19th Annual European ISPOR Congress in Vienna / Austria, October 29 – November 03, 2016

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Abstracts and presentations on “Comparing HTAs in Germany and UK”, “Budget Impact and Cost Drivers of Drugs for Rare and Ultra-Rare Diseases in Europe”, and key design elements of the SoPHI [Social Preferences for Health Interventions) Study (“European Social Preference Measurement [ESPM] Project”)

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