Markov modelling for assessment of healthcare interventions Event as iCalendar

(COMPASS Research Centre)

21 August 2017

12 - 1pm

Venue: Room 104, Fale Pasifika Complex (273-104)

Contact info: Lara Greaves

Contact email: lara.greaves@auckland.ac.nz

Website: COMPASS

Associate Professor Richard Milne | Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

Markov modelling is widely used to predict future costs, health benefits and cost effectiveness of novel healthcare interventions including pharmaceuticals, vaccines, medical devices and clinical programmes. This seminar will show how a Markov model is developed, using commercial modelling software. No prior knowledge of economic modelling is required.

Richard Milne is Honorary Associate Professor in the School of Population Health and a private consultant in health technology assessment. He has developed novel prospective economic models of potential new interventions including pharmaceuticals, vaccines, medical devices and clinical programmes.  Currently he is conducting retrospective economic analyses of recently funded interventions. Richard was the Founding Editor of PharmacoEconomics and Founding President of the NZ chapter of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research.​​

 

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