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Partnerships between traditional healthcare players and big technology companies seek to improve care delivery and patient outcomes in innovative ways.
Findings from a new Avalere study, titled “Prevalence and Likelihood of Hospital Admission and Readmission in Patients with Serious Mental Illness,” were presented at the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Asia Pacific conference on Sunday, September 9, 2018.
Of the 329 oncology HTAs analyzed from the period 2013–2017, 29% resulted in positive recommendations without restrictions.
Tune in to episode 2 of our discussion covering why the FDA is so interested in real-world evidence and how they are approaching it.
Kenny Kan has joined the Avalere team leading the firm's actuarial analytics. Prior to joining Avalere, Kan served as the Chief Actuary at Humana and CareFirst.
Gillian Wollett, Senior Vice President of Avalere’s FDA & Regulatory Policy team, recently published “A ‘Global Reference’ Comparator for Biosimilar Development” in BioDrugs.
On Tuesday, June 13, Christie Teigland, PhD, will participate in a panel discussion entitled “Measuring and Reporting Social Risk Factors” as part of a dissemination meeting on the report series “Accounting for Social Risk Factors in Medicare Payment,” sponsored by the National Academies of Medicine.
Avalere experts examine the challenges and successful approaches to outcomes-based contracts.
Avalere experts say use of outcomes-based contracts could further goals to improve patient outcomes and manage drug costs
At the Asembia Specialty Pharmacy Summit 2017, an Avalere-led panel identified three focus areas for specialty pharmacies looking to achieve market leadership in an increasingly value-based care environment.
Avalere recently partnered with the National Pharmaceutical Council to examine payers' perspectives regarding the use of patient data and how it can be used to shape care delivery, improve system efficiencies, and achieve better health outcomes.
Avalere will empower expanded insight and improvement in outcomes for value-based diabetes medications, using Inovalon’s data resources and advanced value-based care platforms.
Earlier this year, Avalere led a work group of rheumatology, orthopedic surgery, psychiatry, sports medicine, and primary care clinicians to develop appropriate use criteria for the use of hyaluronic acid (HA) in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis (OA).
Avalere recently partnered with the Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation (AHHQI) to explore the topic of the future of home health care.
Results from a new Avalere study will be presented Thursday, October 27, at the 30th Annual North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference in Orlando, Florida.
Recently we examined the various models of specialty pharmacy integration/ownership and how they result in different care coordination dynamics and access to drugs. Our findings demonstrate real value and opportunities in linking medical and pharmacy data to better support the patient journey with services and tools.
Hepatitis C and Oncology Are Top Therapeutic Area Targets
Christie Teigland, PhD, vice president, Advanced Analytics, recently received the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy’s (AMCP) prestigious Platinum Award for her research entitled “Association of Socioeconomic and Clinical Factors with Rates of High-Risk Medication Use in Medicare Advantage Plans.”
On behalf of The Pew Charitable Trusts, Avalere conducted research to identify current barriers to interoperability and some of the best potential solutions in the current political and business environments.
To what extent do patients currently have access to their own data in their providers’ electronic health records, and what does the future hold for consumer access to their digital health data? Listen to Avalere's Josh Seidman share how far we’ve come with providing patients access to their health data, where there is still room for improvement, and what patients can expect to see in the future.