Critical New HTA Developments in Europe: Challenges & Solutions

By Prof. Dr. Lieven Annemans

Course Details

Course Details

Most countries have their own Health Technology Assessment (HTA) body with specific views about which criteria to be used and how the HTA process should be conducted.

On top of that, EU-level networks strive for a more efficient use of resources and increased collaboration between all stakeholders involved.

In this 1-day course you will learn how companies should optimise processes and criteria in this complex environment.

By participating, you will not only have the chance to ask your specific questions to a true health economics and HTA expert, but also experience the unique opportunity to share experiences and engage in in-depth discussions with your international peers.

  1. The different types of HTAs in Europe.

  2. How to address the broad and evolving array of assessment criteria in Europe.

  3. How to optimise clinical evidence generation for HTA bodies.

  4. How to use Real World Data for HTA purposes.

  5. How to prepare for the new Joint Clinical Assessment (JCA) in the EU.

 

 

To see the detailed agenda, please submit your details in the form below the table.

Welcome & Introductions (~15 min)
Definitions and Taxonomy of HTA (~45 min)
Optimising the Mix of Criteria: Challenges & Solutions (~1 h 15 min)
Generating Clinical Evidence: Challenges & Solutions (~1 h)
Lunch Break
The Increasing Need for Real World Data: Challenges & Solutions (~1 h)
Towards a Joint Clinical Assessment (JCA) in the EU: Challenges & Solutions (~1 h 45 min)
Summary & Final Discussion (~15 min)
Closing

 

To see the detailed agenda, please submit your details in the form below:

  • Prof. Dr. Lieven Annemans has participated in more than 400 health economic evaluations in over 20 countries across a wide spectrum of therapeutic areas. He has also been involved as an expert in a large number of Health Technology Assessments (HTAs) and is actively involved in HTA on a European level.

  • Lieven has a unique profile: academic professor, past-president of ISPOR, author of Health economics for non-economists (Pelckmans Pro, 2018), trainer and consultant.

  • Highly respected for his vast international and cross-therapeutic experience, Lieven is a much sought-after advisor and educator to health policy makers and the innovative healthcare industry.

  • Lieven has been on CELforPharma faculty since 2009 and is always applauded by participants for his engaging and fun teaching style.
     

This course will be valuable to everyone for whom understanding the principles behind HTA, its usage and value is critical in their function, such as:

  • Market Access

  • Pricing & Reimbursement

  • Medical

  • Health Economics

  • Regulatory Affairs

  • Marketing

As this is the first session of the "Critical New HTA Developments in Europe: Challenges & Solutions" course, there are no testimonials available yet.

13 June 2024, Live online

Early bird € 1 470

(Full fee € 1 670)

(until 10/05/2024)

Important information:

  • Our courses typically take place between 9 AM and 5 PM CET (Brussels, Amsterdam, Paris).
  • Live online sessions will be hosted in Zoom.
  • Face-to-face courses will take place at a four-star business hotel close to the airport.
  • You will receive all practical details after your registration.

For any questions related to the above, please do not hesitate to email Lisa Causero or contact her by phone at +32 484 70 91 97.

How to Register

  1. Click the green "Register" button on the course session of your preference.

  2. The registration wizard will guide you through the personal and company data that we need to process your registration.

  3. You have the choice between 2 payment options:

    1. Payment by credit card. You will not be required to pay immediately, but you will receive a secured payment link together with the invoice.

    2. Payment via bank transfer

  4. Click "Register Now". You will be sent an automatic email confirming your registration followed by a personal email containing an invoice and further payment instructions.


For assistance with your registration, please email Annelies Swaan or contact her by phone at +32 486 98 52 49. 
 

Included in the Registration Fee:

For live online courses:

  • Access to a virtual small-class (max 20 participants), expert led course in real-time, using an interactive platform for break-out rooms, whiteboard exercises, polling, plenary discussions and chats.

  • Course material will be provided to you in both digital format (by email) and in hard copy (by post, so you can make notes during the course).

  • Certificate of attendance signed by the expert and CELforPharma.
     

VAT Information

The prices on our website are excluding VAT. Depending on the format of the course (face-to-face in Brussels or live online or self-study programme) and your location, we are obliged by Belgian law to apply VAT.

We are obliged by Belgian law to apply VAT in the following cases:

Face-to-Face public course organised in Belgium


Article 53 of the European Union VAT Directive 2006/112 states that : “The place of supply of services in respect of admission to cultural, artistic, sporting, scientific, educational, entertainment or similar events, such as fairs and exhibitions, and of ancillary services related to the admission, supplied to a taxable person, shall be the place where those events actually take place.” 
If the course that you register for takes place in Belgium, we are obliged to charge 21% Belgian VAT. 
However, you can recover this Belgian VAT through the refund procedure. Note that this procedure differs depending on the country where you are located. It is best to contact your local VAT administration for this.
 

Online Public courses -  live webinar


Webinars where the participants can communicate among themselves or ask questions to the speaker(s) (be it verbally, via a chat function or similar), are considered as ‘online interactive webinars’ by the Belgian VAT administration. 
According to Article 53 of the European Union VAT Directive 2006/112, these online interactive webinars take place where the organisation of the seminar takes place, which in this case is Belgium. 
So, if you register for one of our live online courses (organised from our offices in Belgium), we are obliged to charge 21% Belgian VAT. 
However, you can recover this Belgian VAT through the refund procedure. Note that this procedure differs depending on the country where you are located. It is best to contact your local VAT administration for this.
 

Self-Study Programme:


A self-study programme is a service provided electronically. It is the period of self-study that is the most important in our self-study Basics of Health Economics and not the kickoff and closing webinars. As a result, this self-study program follows a different VAT application and the place of the service is where the customer is established. Therefore, we follow the VAT rules applicable to the country of your invoicing address.

 

Group Discounts

Team discounts can be offered to 2 or more delegates from the same company.

Email Annelies Swaan, Director Business Operations, for more details. 
 

Transfer & Cancellation Policy

Flexible Transfer

  • If a registrant cannot attend the scheduled course, he/she can avoid any cancellation charge by sending a suitable replacement participant.

  • Alternatively, the registrant can transfer once on a “space available” basis at no extra cost, until 3 weeks prior to the event, to another course of the same value held within one year of the original course date.

Registration Cancellation

  • Less than 14 days prior to the course date: registrant liable to pay the full invoiced registration fee.

  • Between 15 and 30 days prior to the course date: registrant liable to pay 50% of the invoiced registration fee.

  • More than 30 days prior to the course date: registrant liable to pay a cancellation fee of € 450 per registrant.

  • If a registrant postpones his/her participation to a future course, and cancels again, no refund can be claimed for registration fees.

 

Benefits of CELforPharma’s face-to-face courses:

  • You have the unique opportunity to interact 1:1 with the expert(s).

  • Plenty of opportunity for informal 1:1 and group conversations with your international peers to exchange experiences and ideas, to discuss issues and to network.

  • Face-to-face interactions allow for more depth during Q&As and group work.

  • You can step away from your daily routine in the office and enjoy a more focused learning experience in a comfortable business hotel environment.

 

Benefits of CELforPharma’s live online courses:

  • The formal programme is as impactful as a face-to-face course thanks to the highly interactive format (using breakouts, polls, quizzes …).

  • No travel & accommodation expenses

  • You can attend the course from the comfort of your own office or home.

  • We send you the course materials by post so that you can take notes and fully engage with the course content.

No, if you choose credit card payment, we will send you a secure payment link together with the invoice.

Team discounts can be offered for 2 or more registrations confirmed at the same time. The level of discount will depend on the number of registrations and the availability of seats.

Email Annelies Swaan, Director Business Operations, for more details. 

Depending on the format of the course (face-to-face in Brussels or live online or self-study programme) and your location, we are obliged by Belgian law to apply VAT in the following cases:

Face-to-Face public course organised in Belgium


Article 53 of the European Union VAT Directive 2006/112 states that : “The place of supply of services in respect of admission to cultural, artistic, sporting, scientific, educational, entertainment or similar events, such as fairs and exhibitions, and of ancillary services related to the admission, supplied to a taxable person, shall be the place where those events actually take place.” 
If the course that you register for takes place in Belgium, we are obliged to charge 21% Belgian VAT. 
However, you can recover this Belgian VAT through the refund procedure. Note that this procedure differs depending on the country where you are located. It is best to contact your local VAT administration for this.
 

Online Public courses -  live webinar


Webinars where the participants can communicate among themselves or ask questions to the speaker(s) (be it verbally, via a chat function or similar), are considered as ‘online interactive webinars’ by the Belgian VAT administration. 
According to Article 53 of the European Union VAT Directive 2006/112, these online interactive webinars take place where the organisation of the seminar takes place, which in this case is Belgium. 
So, if you register for one of our live online courses (organised from our offices in Belgium), we are obliged to charge 21% Belgian VAT. 
However, you can recover this Belgian VAT through the refund procedure. Note that this procedure differs depending on the country where you are located. It is best to contact your local VAT administration for this.
 

Self-Study Programme:


A self-study programme is a service provided electronically. It is the period of self-study that is the most important in our self-study Basics of Health Economics and not the kickoff and closing webinars. As a result, this self-study program follows a different VAT application and the place of the service is where the customer is established. Therefore, we follow the VAT rules applicable to the country of your invoicing address.

Our face-to-face courses in Brussels take place in four-star business hotels close to the airport. As part of our strong relationship with these hotels, CELforPharma has secured a discount on the daily room rate for our delegates who book their accommodation via us.   

Upon your registration, we will assist you to make your hotel booking. For any assistance in this matter please do not hesitate to email Lisa Causero, Programme Coordinator, or contact her by phone at +32 484 70 91 97. 

We do not record our live online public courses as we want to offer a safe environment for all attendees to share their experiences and freely ask questions.

This way, by participating in our courses, you do not only learn from our expert faculty but also from your international peers in the room.

No, we don't sell the course materials as a stand-alone. 
Without the expert's explanation, the exercises and the discussions with other course participants, there is very little value in the slides.

Email Inge Cornelis, partner with CELforPharma, to help you choose the course that is best suited. 

Yes! 

We have helped many managers with setting up an in-house training programme for their team. 

Email Inge Cornelis, partner with CELforPharma, to discuss your team training needs.

Do you have any other questions?  
Email Annelies Swaan or call +32 486 98 52 49.

By clicking the below button, you will save this course to MY COURSES in the upper right corner of the website. This allows you to quickly retrieve it later. 

Don’t forget to make a personal account using the Login button in the upper right corner of the website to keep your list of saved courses for your next visit.

Dates & Locations

13 June 2024

Live online

Register

Upcoming Session

13 June 2024, Live online

Early bird € 1 470

(Full fee € 1 670)

(until 10/05/2024)

Most countries have their own Health Technology Assessment (HTA) body with specific views about which criteria to be used and how the HTA process should be conducted.

On top of that, EU-level networks strive for a more efficient use of resources and increased collaboration between all stakeholders involved.

In this 1-day course you will learn how companies should optimise processes and criteria in this complex environment.

By participating, you will not only have the chance to ask your specific questions to a true health economics and HTA expert, but also experience the unique opportunity to share experiences and engage in in-depth discussions with your international peers.

  1. The different types of HTAs in Europe.

  2. How to address the broad and evolving array of assessment criteria in Europe.

  3. How to optimise clinical evidence generation for HTA bodies.

  4. How to use Real World Data for HTA purposes.

  5. How to prepare for the new Joint Clinical Assessment (JCA) in the EU.

 

 

To see the detailed agenda, please submit your details in the form below the table.

Welcome & Introductions (~15 min)
Definitions and Taxonomy of HTA (~45 min)
Optimising the Mix of Criteria: Challenges & Solutions (~1 h 15 min)
Generating Clinical Evidence: Challenges & Solutions (~1 h)
Lunch Break
The Increasing Need for Real World Data: Challenges & Solutions (~1 h)
Towards a Joint Clinical Assessment (JCA) in the EU: Challenges & Solutions (~1 h 45 min)
Summary & Final Discussion (~15 min)
Closing

 

To see the detailed agenda, please submit your details in the form below:

  • Prof. Dr. Lieven Annemans has participated in more than 400 health economic evaluations in over 20 countries across a wide spectrum of therapeutic areas. He has also been involved as an expert in a large number of Health Technology Assessments (HTAs) and is actively involved in HTA on a European level.

  • Lieven has a unique profile: academic professor, past-president of ISPOR, author of Health economics for non-economists (Pelckmans Pro, 2018), trainer and consultant.

  • Highly respected for his vast international and cross-therapeutic experience, Lieven is a much sought-after advisor and educator to health policy makers and the innovative healthcare industry.

  • Lieven has been on CELforPharma faculty since 2009 and is always applauded by participants for his engaging and fun teaching style.
     

This course will be valuable to everyone for whom understanding the principles behind HTA, its usage and value is critical in their function, such as:

  • Market Access

  • Pricing & Reimbursement

  • Medical

  • Health Economics

  • Regulatory Affairs

  • Marketing

As this is the first session of the "Critical New HTA Developments in Europe: Challenges & Solutions" course, there are no testimonials available yet.

13 June 2024, Live online

Early bird € 1 470

(Full fee € 1 670)

(until 10/05/2024)

Important information:

  • Our courses typically take place between 9 AM and 5 PM CET (Brussels, Amsterdam, Paris).
  • Live online sessions will be hosted in Zoom.
  • Face-to-face courses will take place at a four-star business hotel close to the airport.
  • You will receive all practical details after your registration.

For any questions related to the above, please do not hesitate to email Lisa Causero or contact her by phone at +32 484 70 91 97.

How to Register

  1. Click the green "Register" button on the course session of your preference.

  2. The registration wizard will guide you through the personal and company data that we need to process your registration.

  3. You have the choice between 2 payment options:

    1. Payment by credit card. You will not be required to pay immediately, but you will receive a secured payment link together with the invoice.

    2. Payment via bank transfer

  4. Click "Register Now". You will be sent an automatic email confirming your registration followed by a personal email containing an invoice and further payment instructions.


For assistance with your registration, please email Annelies Swaan or contact her by phone at +32 486 98 52 49. 
 

Included in the Registration Fee:

For live online courses:

  • Access to a virtual small-class (max 20 participants), expert led course in real-time, using an interactive platform for break-out rooms, whiteboard exercises, polling, plenary discussions and chats.

  • Course material will be provided to you in both digital format (by email) and in hard copy (by post, so you can make notes during the course).

  • Certificate of attendance signed by the expert and CELforPharma.
     

VAT Information

The prices on our website are excluding VAT. Depending on the format of the course (face-to-face in Brussels or live online or self-study programme) and your location, we are obliged by Belgian law to apply VAT.

We are obliged by Belgian law to apply VAT in the following cases:

Face-to-Face public course organised in Belgium


Article 53 of the European Union VAT Directive 2006/112 states that : “The place of supply of services in respect of admission to cultural, artistic, sporting, scientific, educational, entertainment or similar events, such as fairs and exhibitions, and of ancillary services related to the admission, supplied to a taxable person, shall be the place where those events actually take place.” 
If the course that you register for takes place in Belgium, we are obliged to charge 21% Belgian VAT. 
However, you can recover this Belgian VAT through the refund procedure. Note that this procedure differs depending on the country where you are located. It is best to contact your local VAT administration for this.
 

Online Public courses -  live webinar


Webinars where the participants can communicate among themselves or ask questions to the speaker(s) (be it verbally, via a chat function or similar), are considered as ‘online interactive webinars’ by the Belgian VAT administration. 
According to Article 53 of the European Union VAT Directive 2006/112, these online interactive webinars take place where the organisation of the seminar takes place, which in this case is Belgium. 
So, if you register for one of our live online courses (organised from our offices in Belgium), we are obliged to charge 21% Belgian VAT. 
However, you can recover this Belgian VAT through the refund procedure. Note that this procedure differs depending on the country where you are located. It is best to contact your local VAT administration for this.
 

Self-Study Programme:


A self-study programme is a service provided electronically. It is the period of self-study that is the most important in our self-study Basics of Health Economics and not the kickoff and closing webinars. As a result, this self-study program follows a different VAT application and the place of the service is where the customer is established. Therefore, we follow the VAT rules applicable to the country of your invoicing address.

 

Group Discounts

Team discounts can be offered to 2 or more delegates from the same company.

Email Annelies Swaan, Director Business Operations, for more details. 
 

Transfer & Cancellation Policy

Flexible Transfer

  • If a registrant cannot attend the scheduled course, he/she can avoid any cancellation charge by sending a suitable replacement participant.

  • Alternatively, the registrant can transfer once on a “space available” basis at no extra cost, until 3 weeks prior to the event, to another course of the same value held within one year of the original course date.

Registration Cancellation

  • Less than 14 days prior to the course date: registrant liable to pay the full invoiced registration fee.

  • Between 15 and 30 days prior to the course date: registrant liable to pay 50% of the invoiced registration fee.

  • More than 30 days prior to the course date: registrant liable to pay a cancellation fee of € 450 per registrant.

  • If a registrant postpones his/her participation to a future course, and cancels again, no refund can be claimed for registration fees.

 

Benefits of CELforPharma’s face-to-face courses:

  • You have the unique opportunity to interact 1:1 with the expert(s).

  • Plenty of opportunity for informal 1:1 and group conversations with your international peers to exchange experiences and ideas, to discuss issues and to network.

  • Face-to-face interactions allow for more depth during Q&As and group work.

  • You can step away from your daily routine in the office and enjoy a more focused learning experience in a comfortable business hotel environment.

 

Benefits of CELforPharma’s live online courses:

  • The formal programme is as impactful as a face-to-face course thanks to the highly interactive format (using breakouts, polls, quizzes …).

  • No travel & accommodation expenses

  • You can attend the course from the comfort of your own office or home.

  • We send you the course materials by post so that you can take notes and fully engage with the course content.

No, if you choose credit card payment, we will send you a secure payment link together with the invoice.

Team discounts can be offered for 2 or more registrations confirmed at the same time. The level of discount will depend on the number of registrations and the availability of seats.

Email Annelies Swaan, Director Business Operations, for more details. 

Depending on the format of the course (face-to-face in Brussels or live online or self-study programme) and your location, we are obliged by Belgian law to apply VAT in the following cases:

Face-to-Face public course organised in Belgium


Article 53 of the European Union VAT Directive 2006/112 states that : “The place of supply of services in respect of admission to cultural, artistic, sporting, scientific, educational, entertainment or similar events, such as fairs and exhibitions, and of ancillary services related to the admission, supplied to a taxable person, shall be the place where those events actually take place.” 
If the course that you register for takes place in Belgium, we are obliged to charge 21% Belgian VAT. 
However, you can recover this Belgian VAT through the refund procedure. Note that this procedure differs depending on the country where you are located. It is best to contact your local VAT administration for this.
 

Online Public courses -  live webinar


Webinars where the participants can communicate among themselves or ask questions to the speaker(s) (be it verbally, via a chat function or similar), are considered as ‘online interactive webinars’ by the Belgian VAT administration. 
According to Article 53 of the European Union VAT Directive 2006/112, these online interactive webinars take place where the organisation of the seminar takes place, which in this case is Belgium. 
So, if you register for one of our live online courses (organised from our offices in Belgium), we are obliged to charge 21% Belgian VAT. 
However, you can recover this Belgian VAT through the refund procedure. Note that this procedure differs depending on the country where you are located. It is best to contact your local VAT administration for this.
 

Self-Study Programme:


A self-study programme is a service provided electronically. It is the period of self-study that is the most important in our self-study Basics of Health Economics and not the kickoff and closing webinars. As a result, this self-study program follows a different VAT application and the place of the service is where the customer is established. Therefore, we follow the VAT rules applicable to the country of your invoicing address.

Our face-to-face courses in Brussels take place in four-star business hotels close to the airport. As part of our strong relationship with these hotels, CELforPharma has secured a discount on the daily room rate for our delegates who book their accommodation via us.   

Upon your registration, we will assist you to make your hotel booking. For any assistance in this matter please do not hesitate to email Lisa Causero, Programme Coordinator, or contact her by phone at +32 484 70 91 97. 

We do not record our live online public courses as we want to offer a safe environment for all attendees to share their experiences and freely ask questions.

This way, by participating in our courses, you do not only learn from our expert faculty but also from your international peers in the room.

No, we don't sell the course materials as a stand-alone. 
Without the expert's explanation, the exercises and the discussions with other course participants, there is very little value in the slides.

Email Inge Cornelis, partner with CELforPharma, to help you choose the course that is best suited. 

Yes! 

We have helped many managers with setting up an in-house training programme for their team. 

Email Inge Cornelis, partner with CELforPharma, to discuss your team training needs.

Do you have any other questions?  
Email Annelies Swaan or call +32 486 98 52 49.

By clicking the below button, you will save this course to MY COURSES in the upper right corner of the website. This allows you to quickly retrieve it later. 

Don’t forget to make a personal account using the Login button in the upper right corner of the website to keep your list of saved courses for your next visit.

Dates & Locations

13 June 2024

Live online

Register