ISPOR's New Science Strategy - A Member-Generated Roadmap of HEOR Priorities and Frontiers

March 23, 2021

Sponsored by ISPOR

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Open to all ISPOR Members and Non-members

Presented by:
  • Shelby Reed, PhD, RPh
  • Richard Willke, PhD


ISPOR's Science Strategy is intended to guide ISPOR conference themes, task forces, initiatives, and other scientific activities over the next 3- 5 years to help meet the evolving needs of healthcare decision making. The Strategy provides direction in 8 different areas of HEOR science and application, covering most key areas of HEOR work while calling out specific areas of focus in each one. Based on a large set of topic suggestions from ISPOR member groups, the Strategy was synthesized and summarized by our Health Science Policy Council. This webinar will review each of the theme areas and focal points in the Strategy, the process by which they were generated, and their potential implications for future ISPOR activities.

Learning Objectives:

  • Based on member input, ISPOR has identified a Science Strategy to help guide its activities for the next 3- 5 years.
  • The Science Strategy has 8 theme areas, each with a number of specific focal points, that are deemed to be of greatest HEOR scientific interest with strong potential to inform the evolving needs of healthcare decision making.
  • This Strategy is intended to guide, but not restrict, future ISPOR conference themes, task forces, initiatives, and other scientific activities, and will be revisited annually for key new considerations.
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Brought to you by: the ISPOR Health Science Policy Council


Shelby Reed, PhD, RPh, Director, Preference Evaluation Research (PrefER) Group Duke Clinical Research Institute Professor, Duke University

Richard Willke, PhD, Chief Science Officer, ISPOR

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