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(must have 1 moderator; please include name, degree(s), institution, city, state, country)

Moderator: Michael Drummond PhD, Professor of Health Economics, Centre for Health Economics, University of York, York, UK

Panelists (must have 2-3 panelists from different organizations; please include name, degree(s), institution, city, state, country)

Panelist(s): Gordon G. Liu PhD, Professor of Economics, The Health Economics and Management Institute, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University, Beijing, China; Isao Kamae MD, DrPH, Professor of Pharmacoeconomics, JPMA Research and Education Project, Keio University, Graduate School of Health Management, Fujisawa-City, Kanagawa, Japan; Bong-Min Yang PhD, Professor, School of Public Health, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea

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ISSUE: Issues in developing pharmacoeconomic guidelines in Asia.

Issue Panel overview
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OVERVIEW: Several Asian countries have attempted to develop guidelines for pharmacoeconomic (PE) studies. However, this effort has progressed at different rates in different jurisdictions. For example, in Korea the endorsement of a set of guidelines was quite rapid, whereas in China and Japan, the process has been much slower.  In this session panellists from three countries at different stages of guidelines development will discuss the progress with PE guidelines development in their country, the obstacles that have been encountered and the measures that would be necessary to facilitate the development of nationally-recognised guidelines. The objective will be to identify the key issues that will need to be addressed in other Asian countries if PE guidelines are to be successfully developed.



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