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CER Tweets of the Week: JAMA on Patient-Centered Value Frameworks (May 16 - May 20, 2016)

Last week, comparative effectiveness research (CER) stakeholders tweeted about The Journal of the American... more
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Thinking Differently About How We Assess Health Value

Health care stakeholders remain divided over how the value of health care treatments—especially medicines—should... more
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PQA’s Annual Meeting To Discuss Progress Toward Value-Based Goals

As our health care payment and delivery systems shift from volume-based to value-based care, quality measures... more
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Budget Impact Analysis: An Acceptable Part of Value Assessments or a Discordant Concept?

Value assessments are an evolving area, yet growing in use as health care stakeholders look for ways to evaluate... more
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Developing and Using Value Frameworks

With the increase in the use of innovative specialty biopharmaceuticals and targeted therapies to treat broader... more
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What’s the Fuss About Evidence From Clinical Experience? Here’s Why It Matters

At a health care forum in Washington, DC, earlier this month, panelists raised concerns about the ability of the... more
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PCORI Hosts Annual Meeting & Promotes Survey

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) hosted its first annual meeting, “Progress in Building... more
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ACOs Still Facing Start-Up Struggles

Accountable care organizations (ACOs) were established as a way to reduce health care costs while improving the... more
Press Release

Data Can Offer Critical Insights, But Roadblocks to Data Access Persist

(Washington, D.C., April 1, 2016)—Data is key to improving health outcomes and creating efficiencies in our... more
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NPC Stakeholder Survey: Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research On Health Care Decision-Making Still Three to Five Years in the Future

(Washington, DC, March 14, 2016)—The National Pharmaceutical Council (NPC) today released the results of its... more
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New Study Sheds Light on Spending Patterns for High Resource Patients

(Washington, D.C., January 29, 2016) – A small segment of the population—often the sickest patients—drive the... more
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New Study Examines Benefits and Current Limitations of Care Pathways

Researchers find need for establishing best practices, creating consistent methods of data collection and... more
Commentary and Testimony Page

Thinking Differently About How We Assess Health Value

Health care stakeholders remain divided over how the value of health care treatments—especially medicines—should... more
Commentary and Testimony Page

NPC Comments on Revised PCORI Methodology Standards

March 28, 2016Dr. Joe SelbyExecutive DirectorPatient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute1828 L St., NW, Suite... more
Commentary and Testimony Page

NPC Comments on AMCP Format for Formulary Submission Version 4.0

Attn:  Dr. Susan Oh, PharmD, Assistant Director of Pharmacy Affairs, Academy of Managed Care PharmacyThe... more
Commentary and Testimony Page

The Importance of Evidence, Value, Access and Innovation in 2016

Last year, in our 2015 Health Care Outlook published in Chain Drug Review, I highlighted the recent announcement... more
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2016 Comparative Effectiveness Research and the Environment for Health Care Decision-Making

This one-hour webinar highlights the results of NPC's annual survey of comparative effectiveness research (CER)... more
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Webinar: Risk-Sharing Agreements in the U.S.: Trends, Barriers & Prospects

Kimberly Westrich, MA, vice president, health services research, National Pharmaceutical Council (NPC),... more
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When Is Evidence Fit for Purpose? Closing Gaps Between Researchers, Payers

Despite multi-million dollar public and private investments to tap into big data and improve the evidence... more
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Anthem's Malin: Having Patient-Level Data Can Improve Clinical Care Pathways

The success of a clinical care pathway is related to the breadth and quality of the information that is... more
Blog Post

CER Tweets of the Week: JAMA on Patient-Centered Value Frameworks (May 16 - May 20, 2016)

Last week, comparative effectiveness research (CER) stakeholders tweeted about The Journal of the American... more
Blog Post

PQA’s Annual Meeting To Discuss Progress Toward Value-Based Goals

As our health care payment and delivery systems shift from volume-based to value-based care, quality measures... more
Blog Post

CER Tweets of the Week: Latest Issue of JCER, ISPOR Annual Meeting Agenda (May 9 - May 13, 2016)

Last week, comparative effectiveness research (CER) stakeholders tweeted about the Journal of Comparative... more
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Budget Impact Analysis: An Acceptable Part of Value Assessments or a Discordant Concept?

Value assessments are an evolving area, yet growing in use as health care stakeholders look for ways to evaluate... more

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Guiding Practices For Patient-Centered Value Assessment

NPC has developed 28 specific elements to guide meaningful value assessment, which are broken out into six key aspects: the assessment process, methodology, benefits, costs, evidence, and dissemination and utilization.

EVENT

NPC @ ISPOR 21st Annual International Meeting

NPC will host a symposium about value assessment frameworks, present on pressing health policy topics and exhibit.

May 21-25

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NEWS

CER's Impact Still Three to Five Years Away

NPC's survey, now in its sixth year, found that stakeholders continue to have a high perception of the importance of comparative effectiveness research, but believe that its full impact is still three to five years in the future.