May 5: Developing Decision-Grade Real-World Evidence- In Person at ISPOR 2024
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May 5, 2024

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Developing Decision-Grade Real-World Evidence (in person at ISPOR 2024)

LEVEL:
Intermediate
TRACK:
Real-World Data & Information Systems
LENGTH:
4 Hours | Course runs 1 day

This short course is offered in-person at the ISPOR 2024 conference. Separate registration is required.  Visit the ISPOR 2024 Program page to register and learn more.

Sunday, 5 May 2024 | Course runs 1 Day
8:00am-12:00pm Eastern Standard Time (EST)

DESCRIPTION

Separate registration required.

In this course, participants will be guided through a hands-on analysis of real-world data to develop decision-grade real-world evidence (RWE) that could be used to support an indication expansion. The first section of the course focuses on what makes RWE “decision-grade.” We will review the most recent RWE frameworks and guidelines set by regulatory agencies and professional organizations, and we will examine case studies in which these guidelines were used in regulatory and HTA approval. The second half of the course is an active workshop where participants will use principles from the first half of the course to execute a decision-grade RWE study. Participants will be guided step-by-step in using a software platform that will enable them to work within a longitudinal US insurance claims database with anonymized patients. After the study has been executed, we will discuss how these results could be communicated to decision makers. Participants should come with a laptop with Google ChromeTM installed.

PREREQUISITE: Students are expected to be familiar with relevant concepts and methodologies for analyzing real-world data, but this course does not require specific programming skills.

 

FACULTY MEMBERS

Jessica M. Franklin, PhD
Principal Consultant, Epidemiology and Real-World Evidence
Optum
Boston, MA, USA

Jeremy A. Rassen, ScD
Co-Founder & Chief Scientific Officer
Aetion, Inc.
New York, NY, USA

Shirley Wang, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics
Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA, USA

Basic Schedule:

4 Hours | Course runs 1 Day

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