DistillerSR is excited to join ISPOR 2022! This will be our first in-person conference since 2019 and we are looking forward to connecting with the Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) community, May 15-18, in Washington, DC.
According to a newly released market report by the Journal of Health Economics Outcomes Research (JHEOR) , the HEOR industry was valued at US$1.2 billion in 2021 and is expected to grow at a 12.5% CAGR, reaching US$2.5 billion by 2026. All eyes will be on the future of HEOR at ISPOR 2022 as healthcare leaders from around the world gather to discuss the adoption of new technology, the rapid rise of real-time solutions, and the emphasis on patient centered research.
Other key HEOR topics that will be explored throughout the conference include Clinical Outcomes, Economic Evaluations, Epidemiology and Public Health, and Health Technology Assessments (HTA).
Drop by Our booth #422 To Learn About DistillerSR’s Latest Developments to Support HEOR Professionals
Health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) scientists are under increased pressure to produce higher-quality results faster and at lower costs while confronting the rising tide of research data. In many HEOR fields, decision-making and policy development happen concurrently with the publication of results, making it even more difficult to organize and analyze large volumes of evidence.
With DistillerSR, HEOR scientists can conduct transparent and reproducible literature reviews faster and more accurately by leveraging AI-powered automation, intelligent workflows, and data reuse.
Going to ISPOR? Let’s connect in person!
Leveraging Machine Learning-Enabled Systematic Reviews to Support Global Health Technology Assessments
DistillerSR’s CTO, Ian Stefanison, is a speaker at a special breakout session titled “Technology and Machine-Learning Enabled Systematic Reviews: How Can They Be Leveraged to Support Global Health Technology Assessments?” on May 17th at 1:30pm. He will be joined on the panel with DistillerSR customers Chris Cameron from EVERSANA, Candyce Hamel from the Canadian Association of Radiologists, and Brian Hutton from the University of Ottawa.
Learn more about the ISPOR 2022 program and register here.