The Consortium Publication Committee promotes the science of health economics and outcomes research in the region by working with ISPOR editors and staff in securing regional content for publication in Value in Health, Value in Health Regional Issues, and Value & Outcomes Spotlight.
The committee is currently in the process of forming working groups to address:
- Chronic Condition Management- Focusing on Value Versus Volume
- Measuring Patient Outcomes & Identifying Patient Experiences, particularly in the Latin America setting.
If you are interested in collaborating with these working groups, please contact us for more information.
Herman Soto Molina, MSc, MA
LAURA CORTES SANABRIA
News from the Latin America Consortium Publications Committee during ISPOR Latin America 2019, Bogota, Colombia.
ISPOR Latin America 2019 in Bogota, Colombia, last Sep 12 - 14th was a huge success and the Latin America Consortium Publications Committee presented the ISPOR FORUM entitled “Moving Toward a Value Based Healthcare (VBHC) System: Focusing on Value Versus Volume”.
The ISPOR FORUM was led by Dr. Marcelo Nita, ISPOR Latin America Publications Committee Chair, with the participation of the following panelists: Aline Silva, from CONITEC/MOH Brazil, representing the patient view, Rosa Maria Galindo, from Mexico, representing the Decision Maker view, Marcia Makdisse, from Carecyle, representing the Provider view, and Diego Guarin, from ISPOR Latin America Industry Committee, representing the Industry view.
The ISPOR Latin America Publication committee survey with the discussions done at the ISPOR Forum in Bogota, both will serve as basis for the White Paper we intend to publish by the end of year to shed some light on the definitions of value for the various players of our region.
Again, the Latin America Consortium Publications Committee thanks all those committing to the development of our field in the region!
ISPOR Latin America Publications committee – Forum presentation “Moving Toward A Value Based Healthcare (VBHC) System: Focusing on Value Versus Volume”