International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research Membership

ISPOR is an international, educational and scientific, member-driven society. ISPOR has over 10,000 members from over 120 countries. In addition, ISPOR Regional Chapters have more than 10,000 members, extending ISPOR's outreach to over 20,000 active and regional members. Members work in the pharmaceutical, medical device & diagnostic industry, academic or research environment, government, clinical practice or managed care.

20,000 ISPOR Members Worldwide

Global Membership Stats April 2017 Membership numbers capture April-April for each year reflected

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Statement of Organizational Independence Regarding Financial Support

The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public organization for educational and scientific purposes, as defined by the United States Internal Revenue Service. ISPOR exists to foster excellence in the science of pharmacoeconomics and health outcomes research and its use in health care decisions. ISPOR welcomes participation from individuals and organizations that share its mission, including academic institutions, the pharmaceutical biotechnology and devices industries, public and private health insurers, governments, and NGOs. Financial support for ISPOR's core operations are supplied by its members through membership dues. Meetings, Congresses, and Conferences are supported through registration fees and event and corporate sponsorship. Corporate, government, and nonprofit organizational sponsors are welcome and are recognized by the Society in the meeting brochures and other postings. Meeting content, including contributed issue panels, workshops, and research and plenary sessions are determined by independent evaluators selected from the diverse membership of the society. These processes are wholly independent from financial support. ISPOR retains the right to exclude sponsors or programs that do not reflect its mission and values. ISPOR adheres to the principles on conflict of interest promulgated by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors and adopts core content from their "uniform principles" for all submissions to its meetings, its journal, Value In Health, and its technical & news journal, Value & Outcomes Spotlight. All contributors to public presentations at its meetings and to ISPOR-sponsored publications must declare sources of support and potential conflicts of interest.