Don’t Miss PHE’s Webinar on Patient-Centered Research!
Please join us for our upcoming live webinar July 25 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET
“The Science of Dialogue: Patient-Centered Value Assessment” will be presented by Associate Director Suepattra May-Slater, PhD, MPH, a medical anthropologist, and Scientific Advisor Katharine Batt, MD, an oncologist/hematologist.
Common methods to elicit the patient perspective, such as focus groups and surveys, are familiar in the context of market research, but patient-centered research can be much more. This webinar will provide an in-depth discussion on how multidisciplinary patient engagement approaches can be a key component of health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) strategies and economic value assessments.
Webinar participants will:
- Understand the variety of qualitative and quantitative approaches available to conduct patient-centered research in HEOR
- Hear from Dr. Batt on the importance of patient-centricity in care delivery and treatment choice
- Hear from Dr. May on how the insights gained from primary patient research can be used to shape value propositions
- Learn how qualitative methods can be integrated with quantitative methods in customized approaches to assess economic value
A live Q&A session led by Drs. May and Batt will follow the presentation.
To register for this unique webinar, please click here.
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