IMI’s EHDEN is developing a federated data network at scale across Europe, to reduce the time to provide key answers to health research in the real world. The challenge is how can a federated data model help HTAs determine value for patients and healthcare systems?
In this podcast we discuss these challenges with Jacoline Bouvy, who co-leads EHDEN’s work package 2, focused on outcome driven healthcare. It will outline many of the core challenges that HTA’s face harnessing federated datasets, and outline several issues to be discussed in a multi-stakeholder webinar to be held on October 22nd.
Jacoline is the Senior Scientific Adviser for Science Policy and Research at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), based in London. Jacoline is a Dutch health economist specialising in the interface between marketing authorisation and health technology assessment (HTA) of drugs. She’s been involved in several pan-European IMI projects: ADAPT-SMART, ROADMAP, Neuronet and EHDEN.