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Patient Outcomes: Measuring What Matters to Patients.

Virtual | 14:00 - 17:30 BST | Thursday 6 May
15:00 - 18:30 CET | 09:00 - 12:30 EST | 08:00 - 11:30 CST

£375.00 £300.00

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Value assessment and reimbursement agencies require evidence on accepted measures to ascertain a treatment’s impact on patients’ health-related quality of life. Yet evidence shows that what is important to patients in their treatment journey is often misrepresented or not adequately captured by established outcome measures. We’re not capturing what matters most to patients.

In the second OHE Masterclass in the Demonstrating Value series, OHE presents innovative approaches to understanding and measuring patient outcomes, improving conventional methods to bring in condition-specific attributes.

The Masterclass experts explain how to generate vital insights into patients’ health based on widely used patient-reported outcomes, and outline new strategies based on the most recent developments in the methodology. This Masterclass will also provide a unique opportunity to reflect on ways to move the debate beyond narrow definitions of health measurement to capture broader sources of value using wellbeing measures, which can quantify improvements in the lives of patients, their families, and carers.

Join OHE’s thought leaders to understand how to characterise a patient-centred evidence package.

Agenda

What do health systems aim to maximise? Do they capture what matters to patients?

What are the most widely used PROs and how to get the most out of them?

Why is comparability needed in health outcome measurement for HTA?

Panel Discussion

Break

What are the alternative approaches that can be used within the QALY framework?

The most innovative approaches

Going beyond individual health-related quality of life

The approaches that capture broader outcomes such as wellbeing
The debate on the inclusion of families and carers’ health-related quality of life

How can we better capture what matters to patients and their carers?

Panel Discussion

Summary and final reflection