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OMInar "Economic Evaluation in Healthcare in Europe"
When: 25 Nov 2020 - 26 Nov 2020
Organiser: ASPHER Working Group on Economic Evaluation in Healthcare in Europe (EEHE)
Open Medical Institute in Salzburg
CAPHRI research institute - Maastricht University.
Contact: For further information on the EEHE Working Group, contact: Milena Pavlova, e-mail: m.pavlova@maastrichtuniversity.

The ASPHER Working Group on Economic Evaluation in Healthcare in Europe (EEHE) is proud to announce the successful completion of its first international online course organized in cooperation with Open Medical Institute in Salzburg and CAPHRI research institute of Maastricht University.

This two-day OMInar offered for 37 healthcare professionals from 26 countries, discussed the basics of economic evaluation and its application to health technology assessment and decision making. Economic evaluation tools are largely accepted as indispensable instruments in the evaluation of healthcare goods, services and system reforms. These tools are of critical importance in decision-making for developing evidence-informed policies pertaining to all aspects of resource allocation. Such tools provide insights on how to improve efficiency and how to protect equity of both healthcare financing and provision.

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