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Value based Pricing - Elicitation of societal preferences 

This project focused on elicitation of societal preferences to establish whether society is willing to pay a premium for drugs to treat diseases that inflict high burden of illness and for drugs that offer high QALY gains. An online survey of over 6,000 respondents was carried out and the results were used to generate weights through econometric modelling. It was an innovative piece of work designed to provide policy-relevant results.  It is not yet clear how these results will be used by DH in 2014 when VBP comes into force. Sheffield and York Universities assessed the impact of the proposed methodology to investigate the impacts of possible weightings by applying them to models submitted to NICE. 

 

Project team: John Brazier, Donna Rowen, Clara Mukuria, Sophie Whyte, Anju Keetharuth, Aki Tsuchiya, Roberta Ara, Arne Risa Hole, Angela Robinson, Phil Shackley

Contact: John Brazier. Click here to email John

 

Reports

Brazier J, Rowen D, Mukuria C, Whyte S, Keetharuth A, Rise Hole A, Tsuchiya A, Shackley P. (2013) Eliciting societal preferences for burden of illness, therapeutic improvement and end of life for value based pricing: a report of the main survey. Policy Research Unit in Economic Evaluation of Health and Care Interventions. Universities of Sheffield & York; EEPRU Research Report 011. Policy paper/document published 01/10/2013.

 

 Mukuria C, Rowen D, Hernandez M, Dixon S. (2013). Examining productivity losses associated with health related quality of life using patient data. Policy Research Unit in Economic Evaluation of Health and Care Interventions. Universities of Sheffield & York; EEPRU Research Report 007. Policy paper/document published  01/10/2013

 

Ara R, Kearns, Mukuria C, van Hout B, Brazier J. (2013). Examining productivity losses associated with health related quality of life using patient and general population data. Policy Research Unit in Economic Evaluation of Health and Care Interventions. Universities of Sheffield & York; EEPRU Research Report 008. Policy paper/document published 01/10/2013

 

 

Rowen D, Dixon S, Hernandez M, Mukuria C. (2013). Estimating informal care effects associated with EQ-5D tariff values for use in economic evaluation. Policy Research Unit in Economic Evaluation of Health and Care Interventions. Universities of Sheffield & York; EEPRU Research Report 012. Policy paper/document published 30/10/2013.

 

 

Rowen D, Brazier J, Mukuria C, Keetharuth A, Rise Hole A, Tsuchiya A, Whyte S, Shackley P. (2014). Update: Eliciting societal preferences for weighting QALY's according to burden of illness, size of gain and end of life. Policy Research Unit in Economic Evaluation of Health and Care Interventions. Universities of Sheffield & York; EEPRU Research Report 018. Policy paper/document published 01/03/2014.

 

Presentations

Phillips S, Ara R. Examining Wider Social Benefits to inform VBP (formal and informal care, productivity losses). NICE conference, Birmingham (invited session). Conference published 01/04/2013. Value based pricing, productivity

Brazier J, Ara R. Making value based-pricing a reality. Poster presented at ISPOR, Dublin 2013. Conference published 04/11/2013. Value based pricing

Brazier J, Ara R, Brouwer W. Making value based-pricing a reality. Issue Panel at ISPOR, Dublin 2013. Conference published 05/11/2013. Value based pricing

Brazier J, Ara R, Roberts G. Making value based-pricing a reality. Invited presentation, plenary session, HESG, Sheffield. Conference published 01/01/2014. Value based pricing

Rowen D, Brazier J, Mukuria C, Whyte S, Keetharuth A, Risa Hole A, Tsuchiya A, Shackley P. Eliciting societal preferences for burden of illness, therapeutic improvement and end of life for value based pricing. Paper at HESG, Sheffield. 8/01/2014. Value based pricing

Mukuria C, Dixon S, Rowen D, Hernandez M. Examining productivity losses associated with health related quality of life using patient data. Poster at HESG, Sheffield. 08/01/2014. Value based pricing, productivity

Boysen M, Roberts G, Ara R, Brouwer W. Examining Wider Social Benefits to inform VBP (formal and informal care, productivity losses). Invited presentation, InterTasc, Rotterdam Belgium. Seminar published 30/06/2013. Value based pricing, productivity

Rowen D. Elicitation of societal preferences for Burden of Illness, Therapeutic Improvement and End of Life from a UK online panel. Presentation at the Office of Health Economics. February 2014. Value based pricing, productivity

 

Publications

 

Rowen D, Dixon S, Hernandez M, Mukuria C. Estimating informal care effects associated with EQ-5D for use in economic evaluation. European Journal of Health Economics. Published online 01/08/2015. Value based pricing

Rowen D, Brazier J, Keetharuth A, Tsuchiya A, Mukuria C. Mode of administration and framing effects in the elicitation of societal preferences. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy. 14: 89-104 Article published 08/02/2016. Value based pricing


Rowen D, Brazier J, Mukuria C, Keetharuth A, Risa A, Tsuchiya A, Whyte S, Shackley P. Eliciting societal preferences for weighting QALYs for burden of illness and end of life. Medical Decision Making 36(2) 210-222 Article published 08/02/2016. Value based pricing