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Health Economics for Non-Health-Economists

2-Day Training Course with Prof. Dr. Lieven Annemans

Understand the terminology, tools, models and argumentation used in health economic evaluation articles – Learn to distinguish good from bad ones – Know how to integrate HECON studies into clinical & marketing plans – Learn how to use HECON evaluations towards healthcare payers.

By attending this course you will learn;

  1. The full meaning of QALYs and ICERs, and how to calculate them.
  2. Commonly used health economic modelling techniques.
  3. Key principles of cost analysis and budget impact analysis.
  4. The 10 guidelines for conducting and reporting health economic evaluations.
  5. How to assess peer reviewed health economic articles.
  6. How health economic evaluations are integrated in clinical trial programmes.
  7. The use of health economic evaluations in pricing & reimbursement decision making.
  8. The importance of health economic evaluations along the innovation life cycle.


8 Oct 2020 @ 10:00 am

9 Oct 2020 @ 04:15 pm

Duration: 1 days, 6 hours


The Courtyard Marriott Hotel Brussels

6 Olympiadenlaan

1140 Evere


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