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Our guest speaker is Professor David Haslam, Chairman of NICE, and there will be presentations from, and opportunities to meet, members of the MATCH team.

 

MATCH is a major research collaboration, with four universities at its heart – Birmingham, Brunel, Nottingham and Ulster – and a range of industrial, healthcare and university groups.  It has been funded since 2003, primarily by the EPSRC, but with significant input from the DH and NHS, as well as the DTI as was, and industry, to create a new value-based dialogue around healthcare technology.  The achievements we are proud of include:

 

  • Developing a community that can articulate the value of medical devices across business, healthcare and academic boundaries.
  • Methodological development linking business decisions to economic evaluation of technology
  • Methodological development, including the use of social media, to better capture user needs
  • Research into the dynamics of the healthcare technology industry
  • Development of training material
  • Launching a company to take forward the MATCH mission following the end of the grants.

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The Gladstone Library, Royal Horseguards Hotel
2 Whitehall Ct
SW1A 2EJ London
United Kingdom

Monday, 28 October 2013 from 10:30 to 16:00 (GMT)


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MATCH - The Multidisciplinary Assessment of Technology Centre for Healthcare

The Multidisciplinary Assessment of Technology Centre for Healthcare (MATCH) is a well-established research collaboration between four leading UK universities (Birmingham, Brunel, Nottingham & Ulster) and a cohort of industrial partners, also supported by stakeholders from the NHS and other public sector organisations. MATCH, funded since 2003 by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and partner subscriptions, provides a critical research mass in the field of health technology assessment (HTA) in its widest sense, bringing together expertise in health economics, engineering and social sciences.

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