Authors: Annie Kennedy and Joff Masukawa. Rare diseases impact 1 in 10 Americans, and over 400 million people worldwide. The current development and FDA approval process can cost hundreds of millions of dollars – and [...]
PRESS RELEASE: IVI Announces Grant to National Health Council, National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions to Improve Value Assessment
Goal: Identify Areas of Consensus to Ultimately Make the Value Assessment Process Useful to Those Who Receive and Pay for Care Alexandria, VA – July 20, 2020 – The Innovation and Value Initiative (IVI), a [...]
Central to IVI’s work is ensuring patient perspectives are included at the front of all value assessments. This short video explains why and how IVI incorporates lived experience in its modeling.
IVI's Jennifer Bright and Mike Thompson of the National Alliance for Healthcare Purchasers share how employers can use depression as a "test case" for thinking about how to improve the value assessment process, so that [...]
IVI's Jennifer Bright and Amy Miller, former CEO of the Society for Women's Health Research, explain why patient heterogeneity is crucial to consider in any value assessment method. Read the full article here.
Previewing their panel discussion at ISPOR 2020, Lou Garrison and Leah Howard discuss what’s needed to address gaps on value assessment. View the short video clip here.
The national dialogue on value in health care is bringing to the forefront the limitations of current value assessment methods and gaps in real world data to inform decision-making. IVI seeks to engage a wider [...]
PRESS RELEASE: Seven High-Profile Patient Engagement Leaders to Advise Nonprofit on its Patient-Focused Research Agenda
Alexandria, VA – May 6, 2020 – The Innovation and Value Initiative (IVI), a research-based non-profit improving the science and practice of value assessment, today announced the appointment of seven members to its Patient Advisory [...]