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IHE part of Alberta consortium selected as provider for Post Market Drug Evaluation Network

The Institute of Health Economics (IHE) is pleased to be part of the Alberta Drug and Technology Evaluation Consortium (ADTEC) led by Dr. Scott Klarenbach from the University of Alberta and with participation from the University of Calgary. We welcome the news that ADTEC has been selected as one of the four successful inaugural Core Network Partners for the Canadian Post Market Drug Evaluation Network (PDME). This network will respond to decision-makers’ queries by providing expertise and evidence in the post-market space. The PMDE Program will launch September 1, 2022, and Core Network Partner grants are set to begin at that time. The grants will be in effect for 3 years, ending August 31, 2025, pending contract execution with the host institutions.
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John Sproule, Senior Policy Director, Institute of Health Economics,
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