IVI and AcademyHealth have partnered to develop a framework for healthcare researchers to ensure we address the full range of economic impacts on patients and caregivers. Additional information on the project is available here.
IVI Chief Science Officer, Rick Chapman, PhD, presented at the 2022 PCORI Annual Meeting. The presentation focused on incorporating patient priorities in patient-centered outcomes research/comparative effectiveness research (PCOR/CER) and value assessment. View the poster presentation here. Additional information on the project is available here.
In the health care world, we talk about “value-based care” in terms of putting patients first, listening to patients’ stories and giving thoughtful input. Sometimes we talk about “value-based payment models”—where providers and clinicians are encouraged to base their payment drivers on achieving positive patient outcomes rather than on a purely financial basis. IVI CEO, [...]
IVI recently published a paper in The Patient – Patient-Centered Outcomes Research describing the formative research undertaken by the project team to elicit qualitative and quantitative patient input in the disease state of major depressive disorder (MDD). Based on the PAVE patient-informed value element set, the project team first identified six key factors that [...]
While several studies have examined real-world pharmacologic treatment patterns and costs among major depressive disorder (MDD) patients, few have examined the use of non-pharmacologic treatments. IVI recently conducted a study alongside HealthCore to describe the prevalence and predictors of treatment modality, healthcare resource utilization, and costs for newly diagnosed MDD patients. Commercially-insured US adult [...]
We were so pleased to speak with Ms. Shannan O'Hara Levi about her experience growing up with juvenile arthritis. Listen as she offers an authentic perspective for people living with this serious health condition and highlights her advice to parents and caregivers. She also discusses some of the hidden costs of this illness. Shannan [...]
In the ongoing collaboration between IVI and PAVE Center, University of Maryland, the research team has been working to identify patient-driven priorities for major depressive disorder (MDD) and explore how these priorities can be used to inform value assessments. As part of the project, the research team examined whether efficacy endpoints included in existing empirical [...]
IVI is pleased to share that a patient-centered impact paper, co-authored by IVI's Jennifer Bright, was released this morning in The Patient - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research. The paper, "Patient-Centered Core Impact Sets – What They Are and Why We Need Them," encourages thinking beyond traditional health outcomes when determining impact to include other equally (and [...]
The American Journal of Managed Care (AJMC) highlights the launch of IVI's Health Equity Initiative, where IVI is engaging with partners and stakeholders, including patients, employers, payers, manufacturers, researchers, health systems, and policymakers, to understand how equity is (or more often is not) considered within the current methods and practice of value assessment. Through this [...]
IVI has had some of our articles recently published. See below for brief summaries and links to the full article. Early Reflections on Stakeholder Engagement in Economic Model Development to Inform Value Assessment (Value Outcomes and Spotlight) Early-stage insights from the IVI-MDD model development show that continual stakeholder engagement yields important insights for the model [...]