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Turning Discovery into Health: The Contributions of Economic Research (Day 1)

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1 Thumbnail image Welcome - Sarah Q. Duffy 0:00:05
2 Thumbnail image Panel 1: Life Cycle of Innovations in the Health Sector - John Haaga 0:04:24
3 Thumbnail image How Incentives Determine What Gets Developed at All - Bhaven Sampat 0:06:44
4 Thumbnail image What Affects the Diffusion of New Technology? Haiden Huskamp and Sharon-Lise Normand 0:24:16
5 Thumbnail image The Difficulty of Getting Rid of Ineffective Technology - Jonathan Skinner 0:47:26
6 Thumbnail image Panel 1 Discussant - Dana Goldman 1:06:03
7 Thumbnail image Panel 2: The Value of Information From (and For) Health Research - Robert Carter 1:42:20
8 Thumbnail image Value of Information as a Guide for Research Investment - David O. Meltzer 1:43:15
9 Thumbnail image The Promise of Real World Data - Anirban Basu 2:03:21
10 Thumbnail image Adverse Effects of Information in Health IT - David Chan 2:21:46
11 Thumbnail image Panel 3: Economic Analysis and Precision Medicine - Chair: Doug Lowy 3:02:50
12 Thumbnail image Demand for Personalized Medicine and Implications for Research Prioritization - David Veenstra and Josh Carlson 3:05:36
13 Thumbnail image Oncotype Testing as a Case Study for Personalized Medicine - Jeanne Mandelblatt 3:24:15
14 Thumbnail image Heterogeneity of Treatment Effects - David Kent and David Kim 3:45:22
15 Thumbnail image Cost-effectiveness of Pharmacogenetic Panel Testing - Josh F. Peterson and John Graves 4:05:44
16 Thumbnail image Panel 3 Discussant - Ernst Berndt 4:27:51
17 Thumbnail image Health Economics Research Priorities at HHS - Chair: Marie Bernard 4:58:13
18 Thumbnail image AHRQ Perspective - Sharon Arnold 5:00:49
19 Thumbnail image ASPE Perspective - John Graham 5:11:40
20 Thumbnail image Mark McClellan 5:25:06
Air date: Thursday, September 28, 2017, 9:00:00 AM
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Description: The Health Economics Common Fund Program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has supported research to understand how innovations in treatments, diagnosis, and preventive strategies can be most effectively deployed to improve health and well-being. Research supported by this program identifies factors determining adoption of effective health technologies, innovations, and discoveries, so that past and future investments by NIH may have greater public health impact.

In recognition of its last year, the Health Economics Common Fund Program is sponsoring a research symposium titled Turning Discovery into Health: The Contributions of Economic Research on September 28-29, 2017 on the NIH Main Campus. The goals of this program-culminating event are to highlight results from Common Fund supported projects and to stimulate ideas for future contributions of economic methods to the NIH and Institute-specific missions.

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