Providing consultancy and research in health economics for the NHS, pharmaceutical and health care industries since 1986.
YHEC undertakes health technology assessments, including systematic reviews, economic models and network meta-analyses, for a range of healthcare interventions, including:
- Medical devices;
- Diagnostic technologies;
- Surgical procedures;
- Public health interventions.
Our clients include the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), NHS Quality Improvement Scotland (NHSQIS), global pharmaceutical and food companies and medical device manufacturers.
To inform ITCs/MTCs we prepare systematic reviews and network feasibility assessments leading to network meta-analysis.
We also present research on a range of related topics at international conferences. Recent examples presented at the Health Technology Assessment international (HTAi) meeting in Oslo include search filters to identify specific types of study; accessing RCTs; and information sources used in systematic reviews. To view our recent HTAi posters click on the links below.
Sensitivity of a Search Filter Designed to Identify Studies Reporting Health State Utility Values. Arber M, Garcia S, Veale T, Edwards M, Shaw A, Glanville J.
Improving Rapid Access to Reports of RCTs in Embase: Innovative Methods Enhance the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL). Glanville J, Dooley G, Noel-Storr A, Foxlee R.
Information Resources Used In Published Systematic Reviews Of Economic Evaluations. Wood H, Arber M, Glanville J.
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