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There was growing interest in heoro.com at ISPOR Vienna this week.
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Heoro.com update October 2016
At ISPOR DC, we were asked whether we had any cost and resource use studies from China. Here's how to use heoro.com to find studies reporting indirect costs associated with cancer in China.
The heoro.com database can be used to rapidly identify economic models by geographical location. Here, we show the number of studies reporting cost-utility models in cancer by key jurisdictions, and discuss how well the focus of health economic research matches mortality data from each country.
At ISPOR DC, we were asked how to find cost-effectiveness studies of bariatric surgery. Here's how to use heoro.com to answer that question.
The new heoro.com database launched successfully at ISPOR DC with an ontology of the 4,250 PRO tools identified from more than 22,200 PRO study abstracts. In the two weeks since then, we've added another 18 instruments to the ontology.
The new heoro.com database launched successfully at ISPOR DC last week. We've developed an ontology of the 4,250 PRO tools we identified from more than 22,200 PRO study abstracts in the database.
At ISPOR DC, we were asked "Has the EORTC tool been mapped to utility values in cancer?" Here's how to use heoro.com to answer that question.
Heoro.com can save time and money in finding studies on the humanistic and economic burden of disease and economic models of interventions. A frequent question we were asked at ISPOR DC was how well heoro.com compares to systematic reviews conducted from scratch. Here, we investigate...