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Meet our team presenting and exhibiting at the 19th Annual European Congress at ISPOR, the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, which takes place from 31st October to 2nd November 2016 in Vienna, Austria.
Our workshop this year is entitled ‘Measuring multiple medication adherence – which measure when?’ and will be held at 1:45-2:45pm in Hall F2 (L0). Bryan Bennett, Director in Patient-Centered Outcomes at Adelphi Values, will be presenting alongside three others. The workshop explores the various methods used to estimate adherence to multiple medications (AtMM), presenting the methods currently employed in the AtMM literature followed by a discussion of pros and cons of the methods and the calculations used to derive the measure of adherence.
In addition, we have a variety of scientific poster presentations which cover therapy areas including oncology, dermatology, the respiratory system and acute pain along with topics such as psychometric analyses of clinical outcome assessments (COAs) and clinical trials.
With thousands of attendees from around 80 countries, ISPOR is recognised as the leading scientific and educational organisation for outcomes research in healthcare decisions and hosts many of the foremost experts around the world. This year’s event is entitled ‘Managing Access to Medical Innovation: Strengthening the Methodology-Policy Nexus’ and provides a great platform for knowledge sharing.
Our exhibition booths are numbers 504/505, with our sister company Adelphi Real World alongside us at 503. Come and visit our team at our booth – we look forward to seeing you!
If you would like further information on our presentations at ISPOR or on any of our broader healthcare value consultancy or patient-centered research solutions, please contact us or alternatively email email@example.com
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