QUANTIFYING UNIQUE SOURCES OF VALUE
Many healthcare innovations provide value beyond what traditional measures of cost-effectiveness capture. PHE specializes in quantifying and communicating the full economic value of innovations by identifying components relevant to different stakeholders that are often overlooked, such as social value, insurance value, value of hope, and option value.
INFLUENCING VALUE FRAMEWORKS AND ASSESSMENTS
PHE conducts critical appraisals of health technology assessments and value frameworks. PHE staff and affiliated consultants are thought leaders in the debate on the future direction of value framework methodologies.
ADVANCING EVIDENCE-BASED HEALTH POLICY
PHE research quantifies the impact of policy changes on the healthcare system, patient outcomes, and society at large.
FORECASTING OUTCOMES, COSTS, AND TRADE-OFFS
When a healthcare innovation impacts the trajectory of a disease over time, PHE uses proprietary and custom-built models to evaluate the health and economic impacts of changing disease dynamics, both to patients and to society at large.
RESHAPING INSURANCE DESIGN AND ACCESS POLICIES
As policymakers, insurers, and health systems explore new approaches to health technology reimbursement, PHE conducts assessments of the impact of insurance design and payment systems to encourage the use of strategies that maximize the benefits to all stakeholders.
MEASURING STAKEHOLDER PREFERENCES
Patients, healthcare providers, and other stakeholders place value on specific treatment attributes. PHE uses rigorous methods to identify and quantify stakeholder preferences.