C2-M6 HTA Principles and Practices

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Learning Outcomes:

6a  Understand where patients can apply these to the HTA process and formulary decision in their country

6b  Outline the difference between quantitative and qualitative research

6c  Understand the role each type of research plays in HTA

6d  Understand the principles, practical application and importance of patient reported outcomes in developing the evidence

6e  Understand how this additional evidence can be used in HTA processes

6K  Understand what ‘good’ economic evaluation looks like

6L  Understand what ‘good; ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) analysis looks like

6M  Locate key reference sources for comparing features of health system reimbursement

6N  Comparisons across two systems

6O  Understand what type of information contributes to a better understanding of clinical benefit (e.g., randomized trials)

6P  Understand differences in clinical information requirements for patients, payers, and regulators

6Q  Understand rigorous methods for identifying and combining information (e.g., systematic review and meta-analysis)

6R  Understand the strengths and weaknesses of methods to combine data

6S  Identify the main HTA agencies in Europe

6T  Understand their different approaches to evaluating medicine and health technologies

6U  Understand the role of evidence-based medicine and how this relates to HTA in European agencies

6V  Describe specific opportunities for patients in key agencies across Europe

6W  Describe the concepts of quality of life, health-related quality of life, and patient-relevant outcomes

6X  Understand how these are measured

6Y  Describe how these can be incorporated into HTA assessments

6Z  Understand the principles, practical application and importance of patient reported outcomes in developing the evidence for

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