ISPOR 22nd Annual International Meeting

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May 20 to May 24, 2017
Sheraton Boston Hotel and Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center
Boston, MA
United States


RTI Health Solutions will be an exhibitor at the ISPOR 22nd Annual International Meeting. Join our experts in health economics, outcomes research, health preference assessment, and market access as they discuss their research and capabilities. If you plan to attend the conference and would like to pre-arrange a meeting, please contact us or reach out to one of our attendees using the links below.

Be sure to stop by booth 721 to enter to win one of three books coauthored by RTI Health Solutions authors or the Amazon Echo we'll be giving away.  Bonus - in addition to stopping by our booth and registering to win, you can register online to enter our Sweet 16 book giveaway contest. We're celebrating 16 years of analyzing evidence and drawing meaningful insights to reveal the benefits, risks, value and potential of your pharma products by giving away a book a month. You only need register once to be eligible.

Our ISPOR Scientific Contributions

In addition to contributing to 27 posters, our staff will be presenting during the below sessions:

Saturday, May 20  
8:00a – 12:00p Short Course:
Introduction to Conjoint Analysis. A. Brett Hauber, D. Marshall
Sunday, May 21  
8:00a – 12:00p NEW Short Course:
Collecting Health-State Utility Estimates for Economic Models in Clinical Studies. Sorrel Wolowacz, A. Briggs, A. Lloyd, Lynda Doward
8:00a – 12:00p Short Course:
Budget Impact Analysis I: A 6-Step Approach. Josephine Mauskopf, C. D. Mullins, Stephanie Earnshaw
1:00p – 5:00p Short Course:
Budget Impact Analysis II: Applications & Design Issues. Stephanie Earnshaw, Anita Brogan, Thor-Henrik Brodtkorb
Monday, May 22  
6:15 – 7:15p Forum:
Extending cost-effectiveness analysis with partial optimization modeling and fiscal modeling in vaccine value assessments. Josephine Mauskopf, B. Standaert, M. Connolly, J.L. Severens. Moderator: Josephine Mauskopf
Tuesday, May 23  
5:00 – 5:15p Podium Presentation:
The potential economic value of disease-modifying treatments in Alzheimer's disease: patient-level simulation of predementia symptom trajectories. Will Herring, A. Keenan, Josephine Mauskopf, T. Michael, F. Wiegand
6:15 – 7:15p Forum:
Health economic modeling in oncology. N. Muszbek, A. Benedict, Sorrel Wolowacz
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