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What is the budget impact of introducing peer support in psychiatric care?
How? Through interviews, reviewing reports and systematically searching for the best available scientific evidence, a budget impact analysis was conducted from a payer perspective.
What did we find? Major cost drivers were related to hiring new staff for various positions, followed by internal and external training. Limited but promising impacts from peer support can be expected in terms of health and economic outcomes, while evidence from the Nordic setting is scarce.
Can we measure the societal impact of of healthtech startups?
How? We reviewed all evidence generated for 13 startups within the largest healthtech community in the Nordics to find a common measurement to estimate societal health impact.
What did we find? By measuring quality-adjusted life years (QALYs) directly or indirectly through clinical studies, we can combine results from diverese solutions and health areas.
NordIQ Analytics seminar and workshop at the HTN conference in Copenhagen!
NIQ participated at the Healthtech Nordic Conference, presening both the results from their study on the Societal impat of health tech startups, and held a workshop on the topic of QALYs. Several startups got to learn the importance of including quality of life measures, and the impact such a measure can have for decsion-making and reimbursement!
Cost of illness for vertebral compression fractures, and the potential cost-effectiveness of a bone cement softener solution
How? We estimated the societal costs in Sweden using register-based data of vertebral compression fractures, and conducted a scenario-based cost-effectiveness analysis of a bone cement softener solution.
What did we find? You can read the report in English here
What is the cost burden of ovarian cancer in Sweden?
How? We made an estimation of the societal costs of ovarian cancer in Sweden using register-based data, incluing an assessment of quality of life for women who suffer from it.
What did we find? You can read the report in Swedish or English here