Pre-Recorded Webinar Entrepreneurial regulation is a philosophy that allows agencies such as the FDA to be both regulator and colleague to the industry. In such an environment, regulators gain the ability to: Develop policies that are an incentive for innovative medicines Advance the […]
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Sponsored by Evidence Partners, this tutorial will take attendees through the process of creating, managing and updating systematic literature reviews using the Distiller suite of literature review tools. Find out more here. (Source: American Medical Writers association) […]
So you need to conduct a systematic review for clinical evidence, economic evaluations, or comparative effectiveness, but you aren’t sure that your process is as thorough, efficient, or complete as it should be. How can you make sure you are using the most efficient and up-to-date Best Practices? […]
Webinar recorded on July 20, 2016 Provisions passed under Section 114 of the Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act of 1997 (FDAMA Section 114) established an evidentiary standard for promotional dissemination of health care economic data. However, neither regulations nor guidance in […]
Health Technology Assessment (HTA) agencies consider a wide range of evidence when evaluating drugs for reimbursement, but their appraisals do not indicate the weight or importance of individual evidence sources. Using Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) as a case study, we compared positive vs. […]
Evidence Review Groups are independent academic organizations commissioned by NICE to act objectively, but how much influence do they have on reimbursement decisions and cost-effectiveness assessments? Listen to this recorded webinar, Do Evidence Review Groups Bias NICE Decisions? here. (Source: […]