09 May 2019
08:30 - 12:30
Citylabs 1.0, Nelson Street, Manchester, M13 9NQ
Health Economics is an important aspect to building a Healthcare Business Case. This workshop will cover a range of topics and will provide an overview of the methods of economic evaluation available and how this can be used to present cost effectiveness and impact of health and care technologies. We will also be presenting the Project Assessment Form (PAF) which is a Health Innovation Manchester initiative to support companies looking to approach the NHS with ready-for-market products.
What will I learn?
Why are economic appraisals needed for healthcare innovations?
How to build a convincing business case
Using Health Economics to support your PAF
Green Book & HMT’s Five Case Model
Techniques of economic appraisal – what do we mean by “return on investment”?
Cost-effectiveness vs budget-impact analysis vs cost-benefit analysis vs SROI
Distributional analysis. Who benefits (geography, cohort, organisation, “society”)
Building and maintaining an economic model
Role of economic appraisal in monitoring & evaluation
Case Study of a real world health economic model
Who should attend?
Anyone with an interest in Health Economics
What to expect on the day?
The event starts at 8:30am and ends at 12:30pm.
Bradley Quinn, form Health Innovation Manchester will be leading the workshops as well as a guest speaker, to present the Case Study.