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Improved Methods and Actionable Tools for Enhancing Health Technology Assessment

Descrizione del progetto

Nuovi metodi per monitorare la salute dei sistemi sanitari

La pandemia di COVID-19 ha messo in evidenza la necessità di sistemi sanitari efficienti, duraturi e in grado di gestire un gran numero di pazienti e di fornire cure efficaci. La pandemia ha anche sottolineato le carenze degli attuali sistemi sanitari, in particolare in alcuni paesi dove sono trascurati e sottofinanziati, e dove ricevono scarsa attenzione da parte dei politici. In questo contesto, il progetto IMPACT HTA, finanziato dall’UE, cerca di affrontare questi problemi sviluppando un insieme completo di strumenti, metodi e linee guida per i decisori in 10 aree di ricerca. Queste risorse consentiranno di misurare e monitorare meglio i sistemi e le infrastrutture sanitarie, fornendo ai decisori una comprensione più chiara dei costi, delle esigenze e dell’efficienza. Tale migliore conoscenza li aiuterà ad assegnare le risorse in modo più efficace per rivitalizzare i sistemi.

Obiettivo

IMPACT HTA proposes new and improved methods, tools and guidance for decision-makers across ten research areas in the context of HTA and health system performance measurement, which, overall, contribute to the understanding of costs and health outcomes variations within and across countries and to costs and health outcomes data integration from different sources. IMPACT HTA researches factors on the supply and demand side of health systems that have major effects on the costs and outcomes of health-related interventions. It includes methods for more robust measures of quality of life, patient preferences, patient-reported outcomes, better incorporation of stakeholder views into value assessments, developing methods for cost comparability leading to better generalisability of economic evaluations as well as measuring broader economic and societal impacts and incorporating these in economic evaluations and improvements in performance at health system and provider level. The perspectives of different stakeholder groups in the health system and the broader economy are taken into account, including patients, HTA agencies, the macro-economy, hospitals and hospital networks. These perspectives are obtained through participation in research and preference elicitation (patients, hospitals, hospital networks), or derived explicitly through participation in this consortium (HTA agencies). With respect to data integration, IMPACT HTA develops new methods to integrate data on direct and indirect costs of illness and on health outcomes from various sources, such as randomised controlled trials, observational studies and registries. New methods proposed make use of the strengths of real-world data and address their limitations. The consortium calibre in terms of research and research planning track record, continuous interaction with decision-makers and the patient community will ensure project objectives are realistic and achievable within the project’s duration.

Invito a presentare proposte

H2020-SC1-2016-2017

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Bando secondario

H2020-SC1-2017-Single-Stage-RTD

Meccanismo di finanziamento

RIA - Research and Innovation action

Coordinatore

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 1 323 357,50
Indirizzo
Houghton Street 1
WC2A 2AE London
Regno Unito

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Regione
London Inner London — West Westminster
Tipo di attività
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Collegamenti
Costo totale
€ 1 323 357,50

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