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News Release: Dr. Christopher McCabe on Real World Evidence and Precision Medicine (Podcast)

Dr. Christopher McCabe, Executive Director and CEO of the IHE, unpacks two important topics and what they mean to health economics and healthcare decision-making (podcast).

Real world evidence (RWE) and precision medicine overlap in the space where researchers and licensing bodies want to collect and examine data on how well innovative technologies perform in practice after those technologies have received their initial license, explains Dr. Christopher McCabe, Executive Director and CEO of the Institute of Health Economics (IHE) in a recent interview by Nathan McClure, University of Alberta PhD Student, on behalf of the University of Calgary Student Chapter of the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcome Research (ISPOR) in collaboration with the University of Alberta (podcast).

“We are moving into a space where new technologies have relatively limited evidence…which means gathering more information on how they actually perform is very important,” says Dr. McCabe. “Health economics can be used to construct the models to help determine what areas should be monitored to collect real world evidence to support decision-making around the adoption of a particular health technology.”

Listen to the full podcast here: https://healtheconomicspolicy.podbean.com/e/real-world-evidence-and-precision-medicine-with-dr-chris-mccabe/

The IHE is the secretariat for the soon-to-be-launched Alberta RWE Consortium. Previous IHE-hosted RWE events/reports include the following:

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Contact:

Jasmine Brown, Institute of Health Economics
Office: (780) 401-1768 | Cell: (780) 966-4879
jbrown@ihe.ca


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