ISPOR is recognized globally as the leading educational and scientific organization for HEOR and its use in healthcare decisions. Attendees were able to meet professionals in the HEOR field, discuss the latest trends, and learn from the renowned experts, at ISPOR 2019 in New Orleans.
ISPOR 2019 featured plenary sessions and more than 2,100 presentations in the form of workshops, issue panels, forums, symposia, and podium and poster presentations on innovative research methods, health policy development using outcomes research, patient preferences, real-world data, and clinical-, economic- and patient-reported outcomes.
The ISPOR scope and sphere of influence includes the international HEOR community of global leaders, policy makers, regulators, researchers, academicians, payers, patients, and patient groups. This multi-stakeholder group is invested in using science and research to make better health care decisions. The diversity in work environments and international scope of attendance provide excellent networking opportunities and stimulating discussions and debate.
So what did attendees get out of ISPOR?
Learned about different and innovative applications in the conduct and use of HEOR.
Engaged with recognized global experts in the field.
Networked with colleagues, collaborators, and clients.
Shared their research and ideas with other ISPOR members in an open and objective environment.
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