Understand Health Economic Analyses

Learn how you can put a value on quality of life

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23 Apr 2024

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12 Nov 2024

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Danish

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6,500 DKK ex VAT

(app. 874 EUR ex VAT)

50% DISCOUNT FOR PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Summary

Are you looking for a basic introduction to health economic analyses with special attention to the use of QALY (Quality-adjusted Life Years) as a cost effectiveness measure? This one day course provides you with a theoretical framework and real use cases.

In Denmark, The Danish Medicines Council started using QALY as a cost- effectiveness measure back in January 2021. What are the experiences to date using cost per QALY in the Danish Medicines Council?

This is a basic methodology course, where professionals working with market access for new, innovative medicines can get a deep dive into the use of health economic models as prioritisation tools.


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    Keywords

    • Health economic models
    • QALY and ICER
    • Health economic analysis
    • Uncertainty

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    Course leader & lecturers

    • Christian Graves Beck
      Course leader
      Health Economic and Outcome Research Partner
      Roche A/S
    • Anne Kolbye
      Lecturer
      Value Demonstration Manager
      Roche A/S
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    Is this course for you?

    The course is especially relevant for Market Access Managers, Medical Affairs (Heads of, MSLs), Commercial (Business Unit Heads), and Product managers.

    What you will learn

    1. What health economic analyses can be used for.
    2. Types of health economic models.
    3. What an ICER is.
    4. The concept of a QALY and how it is calculated.
    5. Managing uncertainty in health economic models.

    What your company will get

    1. An employee who understands the rationale behind using health economic analyses.
    2. An employee who knows the most used types of health economic models.
    3. An employee who understands what an ICER is.
    4. An employee who knows what a QALY is and how it is calculated.
    5. An employee who knows how to manage uncertainty in health economic models.

    Course calendar

    Choose your starting date
    Starting 23 Apr 2024
    Starting 12 Nov 2024
    23 Apr 2024 9:00-16:00
    • The rationale behind the use of health economic analyses in Denmark.
    • Introduction to ICER, QALY, and costs.
    • What are the experiences to date since launching QALY in the Danish Medicines Council?
    • Introduction to the most used types of health economic models.
    • How to manage uncertainty in the health economic models.
    Practical information

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    5 Dec 2024 9:00-14:00
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    Registration

    Registration deadline
    9 Apr 2024
    Atrium
    Lersø Parkallé 101
    2100 København Ø
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    23 Apr
    12 Nov 2024 9:00-16:00
    • The rationale behind the use of health economic analyses in Denmark.
    • Introduction to ICER, QALY, and costs.
    • What are the experiences to date since launching QALY in the Danish Medicines Council?
    • Introduction to the most used types of health economic models.
    • How to manage uncertainty in the health economic models.
    Practical information

    Related exams

    5 Dec 2024 9:00-14:00
    Go to exam page

    Registration

    Registration deadline
    28 Oct 2024
    Atrium
    Lersø Parkallé 101
    2100 København Ø
    Register
    12 Nov
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    Course information

    Examination

    There is no examination for this course.

    This course is a part of a diploma

    Diploma in Market Access

    Our Diploma in Market Access provides you with in-depth knowledge of the Danish healthcare system and its funding models and stakeholders. Raise your skill level in areas such as public affairs, stakeholder management and health economics by attending the four courses

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    Course leader

    Christian Graves Beck
    Health Economic and Outcome Research Partner
    Roche A/S

    Lecturers

    Christian Graves Beck
    Health Economic and Outcome Research Partner
    Roche A/S
    Anne Kolbye
    Value Demonstration Manager
    Roche A/S

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    Contact Client Manager Ida Salicath at +45 39 15 09 46