Reflecting on the NICE technical engagement process – is it working? What does it mean for you?

In this webinar, we present our review of the first 20 STAs through the new NICE technical engagement process.

During the session we share:

  • The evidence we have gathered on whether the changes to the process are resulting in more efficient decision making (as was intended)
  • Our learnings, insights and implications for how companies plan future appraisals

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Our presenters:

Dawn Lee

Chief Scientific Officer

Dawn has 14 years of experience in economic consultancy and modelling. She has extensive experience in the development and presentation of economic models for HTA submissions, having been involved in over 60 NICE submissions and represented manufacturers at approximately 30 NICE TAC meetings.

In her role as Chief Scientific Officer for BresMed, Dawn is responsible for the provision of support to all BresMed’s practice areas to ensure that we maintain and develop the technical skills and knowledge needed to support our clients.

Ann-Marie Barnes

Director, Consulting & Mangament

Annie has biological research background, with a PhD in Pharmacology and 8 years’ experience in academic research; she has published seven scientific research papers in peer-reviewed journals. Annie has led and managed a wide range of multi-workstream projects including HTA submissions to NICE, SMC and NCPE. She also has extensive experience in the management and delivery of a range of market access projects. Along with day-to-day management of large multi-team projects, Annie also supports the technical teams and inputs into the overall direction and strategy of large and complex projects.

This webinar was originally held live on Thursday 14 May 2020, 11:00am-12:00pm.

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