The 17th European Congress of ISPOR kicked off this mornings plenary session with a series of discussions devoted to how to create sustainable health systems in Europe. Dr. Sullivan of the Kings Health Partners Institute questioned whether current high income models of cancer control can be affordable within the context of universal health coverage. Dr. Rutten-van Molken of the Erasmus University followed this with a discussion on health inequalities and the challenges these present. Dr Kalo from the Syreon Research Institute discussed the generally unseen implications of international reference pricing on lower-middle income economies. ISPOR has set the stage, will the rest of the conference be able to deliver strong, best practice recommendations? Read more here. (Source: Gustav Ando, iHS Healthcare and Pharma Blog, 11/10/14).
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