Webinar reported the top ten health economics and outcomes research trends

The professional HEOR society reported a latest webinar on the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research 2019’s Top ten health economics and outcome research trends report which was published this year a couple of months ago. Free version of this Webinar would be help on 22nd March in the year 2019 at 12 PM Eastern Daylight time. This would be open for both ISPOR members as well as non-members.

The interest in the HEOR field has been seen to grow at an increasing rate due to the fact that it is continually playing a significant role in aiding to make healthcare decisions. The year 2019 is proving to be yet another substantial year for the health economics and outcomes research as the payers and the clients maintain the groundbreaking and creative health techs, which led to higher costs of healthcare, hence even higher impacts of these healthcare-related impacts.

International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, as the top notch worldwide professional society keeps up their efforts or monitoring the modern trends to affect decision makers from all around the globe. For the 2nd year, as the survey of the members suggested, the top ten HEOR trends were identified by the professions allowing to effectively determining the industry nearly in the future. Chief Science Officers of ISPOR, Mr. Richard J. Willke who is a PhD doctor along with the DPM and MPH, Mr. Lucinda Orsini who is the associate CSO are responsible for moderating the webinar in order to discover the top 10 HEOR trends which would impact healthcare in the current year.

A top ten health economics and outcomes research trend in 2019’s webinar is free for everyone. The webinar is on Friday 22nd March in the current year. The registering and presence for this free webinar is restricted to the available registration on the first-come, first-serve basis. If you’re unable to attend this webinar, you can watch the full-length archived webinar on-demand on the webpage of ISPOR after around two weeks of time.