Why Attend the BIA In-Person Training in Durham, NC?
Budget impact analyses (BIAs) are now an essential part of a comprehensive economic assessment of health care interventions/treatments and are increasingly required by reimbursement authorities. An understanding of BIA is vital knowledge for professionals and administrators working in health care today.
- ISPOR’s BIA Training Program is a 2-day program that will be offered March 22-23, 2018 in Durham, NC, USA.
- Program faculty are experts in the field of HEOR and the discipline of BIA. Faculty includes:
Stephanie Earnshaw, PhD; Anita Brogan, PhD; and Susan Hogue, PharmD, MPH
- The program provides essential training in BIA for anyone who develops, utilizes, or funds/sponsors BIA models. The program trains attendees on BIA fundamentals, including the six steps needed to complete a BIA, and aligns with ISPOR’s Budget Impact Analysis Good Practices Good Practices and the ISPOR Task Force Report: Budget Impact Analysis—Principles of Good Practice: Report of the ISPOR 2012 Budget Impact Analysis Good Practice II Task Force (ViH 2014).
How you’ll benefit:
- Learn Budget impact analysis concepts and how to construct a budget impact model in Excel
- Apply the knowledge from the latest research on best practices and best methods
- Advance your career by furthering your education and staying current on BIA regulatory and policy issues
Who should Attend:
- Those who develop BIA models or tailor them for different payers
- Those who utilize BIA models as part of health technology assessments, formulary development, or payment decisions
- Those who fund or sponsor the development of BIA models
- Those, such as payers, who use the results of these models to plan their resource needs
After attending this education program, participants should be able to:
- Describe the 6 steps needed to complete a budget impact analysis;
- Distinguish between a static and dynamic budget impact model;
- Design a budget impact model to estimate the budget impact of a new healthcare intervention using the 6-step approach;
- Construct, de novo, a static budget impact model using Excel and using input data sources provided;
- Interpret the results from Excel-based budget impact analyses using a static or a dynamic model;
- Adapt existing static or dynamic budget impact models to reflect an alternative health plan or new evidence;
- Understand how to construct a budget impact model that will be credible and useful for payers and other budget holders.
- Understand what payers are saying about BIA and what they like to see