ISPOR BUDGET IMPACT ANALYSIS TRAINING PROGRAM SCHEDULED FOR NOVEMBER 2016

Published Jul 18, 2016
Two-Day BIA Training to be Held in Durham, NC, USA  Princeton, NJ—July 18, 2016—The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) announced today that it will be holding a two-day training program on budget impact analysis, Building a Budget Impact Model: Budget Impact Analysis Training, in Durham, NC, USA on November 16-17, 2016. Health care treatments are increasingly assessed by reimbursement authorities to determine the impact a therapy may have on the health system’s budget. As a result, budget impact analyses (BIAs) now play an essential role in the evaluation of therapeutic options, and understanding of BIA is vital knowledge for professionals and administrators working in health care today. The ISPOR BIA training program is designed for anyone who develops, utilizes, or funds/sponsors BIA models. The two-day course will be taught by preeminent thought leaders in the field that includes: Additional information on the ISPOR BIA training program can be found here. ###

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