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Societal perspective in economic evaluation in healthcare

Three perspectives are most commonly used in economic evaluations in the healthcare sector: (1) the payer perspective, which includes only the costs and utility of a particular party such as the patient, employer, or insurer; (2) the health care perspective, which includes only the costs and utility within the health care sector; and last but […]

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Performance-based managed entry agreements

Managed entry agreements (MEA) are arrangements that address uncertainty about the performance of technologies (mainly medicines) and simultaneously manage their adoption in order to maximize their effective use, or limit their budget impact. Basically, MEAs can be understood as a tool that gives patients an access to new medicines, while the risk of uncertain effectiveness […]

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