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“Good Enough” Doesn’t Cut it in Value Assessment

IVI’s Jennifer Bright and Mark Linthicum write in STAT News that we’re squandering time and resources trying to find a neat answer to “what is value?” by focusing on the cost of drugs without tackling other hard questions at the heart of measuring value across healthcare interventions. Determining the value of health care, they argue, [...]

2019-03-18T12:59:22-06:00March 18th, 2019|IVI News|

Steps Employers at the Crossroads of Healthcare Costs and Value Should Consider

IVI’s Jennifer Bright the president of the Institute for Integrated Benefits, Tom Parry, Ph.D., write in Fierce Healthcare that most employers have no idea how their benefit programs affect employee health outcomes. They outline a set of guiding principles to help employers take a more holistic approach – and foster a healthy, productive workforce – [...]

2019-03-18T12:57:30-06:00March 18th, 2019|IVI News|

Crowdsourcing for Value in Healthcare

Value-based healthcare is predicated on collaboration. Sharing of data, methods, pathways and perspectives among different stakeholders is paramount if the transition to value-based care is to be fully realized. Instead of relying solely on legacy methods to measure value, IVI's Open-Source Value Platform (OSVP) uses a transparent and open-source process to develop methods and tools [...]

2019-03-11T17:03:42-06:00March 11th, 2019|IVI News|

Watch Mark Linthicum’s “101 Course” on IVI’s New Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Value Model

IVI's Director of Scientific Communications, Mark Linthicum, sits down with the Journal of Clinical Pathways for a webinar discussion about IVI's open-source model for assessing value in non-small cell lung cancer therapies. If you want to learn more about IVI's open-source approach to value assessment, this webinar is a great place to start. Click here to [...]

2019-03-11T17:01:06-06:00March 11th, 2019|IVI News|

IVI to Hold Two Public Webinars on New Open-Source Model for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

IVI will host two upcoming webinars focused on its new disease-specific, open-source value model to assess EGFR+ non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) therapy sequences. These webinars are free and open to the public. We hope you will join us to learn more about IVI's Open-Source Value Project (OSVP) and the new IVI-NSCLC model. Detailed information and [...]

2019-02-18T16:02:43-06:00February 18th, 2019|Events, IVI News|

PRESS RELEASE: IVI Unveils New Value Assessment Model for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

IVI released our initial version of the new Open-Source Value Platform (OSVP) model for non-small cell lung cancer. Specifically, the model provides information on the relative value of sequential treatments for epidermal growth factor receptor positive (EGFR+), non-squamous non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). The entirety of the IVI-NSCLC model package, including detailed methods documentation, R [...]

2019-01-31T13:30:16-06:00January 31st, 2019|IVI News, Press|

How the Open Science Movement Creates Momentum for Value Assessment

In a Morning Consult commentary, IVI Executive Director, Jennifer Bright, discusses why transparency is a prerequisite to value-based reimbursement and how IVI's Open-Source Value Platform (OSVP) is an open laboratory for creating sophisticated systems to assess value in healthcare. Read the full article here.

2019-01-03T15:47:22-06:00January 3rd, 2019|IVI News, Viewpoints|

IVI’s Take on What’s In Store for Value Assessment in 2019

In an article published online by the American Journal of Managed Care, IVI's Executive Director, Jennifer Bright, and Director of Scientific Communications, Mark Linthicum, offer five predictions for where value assessment is headed in 2019. Specifically, Jennifer and Mark focus their discussion on the following areas of interest regarding value assessment: Including patient perspectives becomes [...]

2019-01-02T13:13:04-06:00December 30th, 2018|IVI News, Viewpoints|

New IVI Research Shows Challenges with ICER Budget Impact Forecasting

IVI research into six pre-2016 ICER studies reveals an overestimation of “unmanaged” drug use and drug cost trends. The peer-reviewed research, published in Value in Health, illustrates the difficulty in predicting budget impact and the consequences of not accounting for uncertainty in value assessment. Read the full article here.

2018-12-20T17:46:29-06:00December 20th, 2018|Publications, Research|

Value Frameworks Must Incorporate Real-World Evidence, Says Research Team Including IVI’s Darius Lakdawalla and Wayne Burton

In a new paper published by the American Journal of Managed Care, a team of researchers, including IVI's Darius Lakdawalla and Wayne Burton, conclude that key decision makers within our healthcare system need to recognize the importance of implementing real-world evidence and devote resources to further research into the chronic disease areas in which the [...]

2018-11-30T13:11:42-06:00November 29th, 2018|IVI News, Viewpoints|