Health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) is increasingly being picked up by providers, payers, drugmakers, and regulatory decision-makers for its value in healthcare and research. Patients and patient advocacy groups, however, may be intimidated by the jargon and acronyms of the field. In an upcoming webinar on October 13th, HEOR experts will discuss how to make HEOR relevant and accessible for patients and why it’s important.
According to Open Health, learning objectives include,
“The challenge for patient communities in becoming involved in the HEOR process
How best to facilitate engagement of patient communities in the HEOR process
How can we ensure that data collection is meaningful to patients and therefore truly reflects the potential value new innovation provides?
How can we improve health literacy and the understandability of the HEOR process to enable effective partnerships and to assist patients to participate in shared decision making with their physicians?”
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(Source: Open Health, September 9th, 2022)