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Improved bariatric surgery pathways could reduce health care burden, costs in Canada. Coreva Scientific are featured in MDalert (Reuters Health), following Coreva Scientific’s recent publication in JAMA Network Open that can be found on our publication page.
Over the course of 2019 we are proud to have worked on over 35 projects that covered 16 medical products and 21 countries. Evidence has been presented in 5 published manuscripts, 14 abstracts, and 12 posters and congress presentations. Thanks to everyone for your support!
December also hosted our annual Coreva Scientific team-building event; a very productive two days that will help restructure the company for new challenges
Our article, a “Critical Review of European Health-Economic Guidelines for the Health Technology Assessment of Medical Devices” was published in Frontiers in Medicine. Please see our publication page.
Out this month in Clinical and Experimental Gastroenterology, our manuscript on “Evaluating the clinical and economic consequences of using video capsule endoscopy to monitor Crohn’s disease”. https://doi.org/10.2147/CEG.S198958
It was our pleasure to welcome Audrey from DaVinci Healthcare Group to our office. A great day of strategy planning for our upcoming project was completed by dinner out in the local vineyards.
Congress month, with oral presentations on economic evaluation of medical devices at HTAi (Köln, Germany) and the burden of surgical-site infections in Europe at EHMA (Espoo, Finland). We also presented a research poster on a public-private collaboration to objectively measure the value of capnography monitoring at EHMA.
At ISPOR we presented our poster on “Economic evaluation of medical devices: are there lessons to be learnt from Europe?” Take a look at it http://www.coreva-scientific.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/ISPOR-New-Orleans-MD-HTA_final.pdf
Sita joins our team as a project leader.
We look forward to hosting you in our new offices situated at the foot of the Siebengebirge national park and on the bank of the river Rhine. Located in the greater Bonn area, we are easily accessible from Bonn, Cologne, and Frankfurt.
Over the course of 2018 we are proud to have worked on over 30 projects that covered 14 medical products and 18 countries. Evidence has been presented in 3 published manuscripts, 9 abstracts, 7 posters and congress presentations. Thanks to everyone for your support!
06/11/2018 – 09/11/2018: Rhodri presented a research poster at the CCCF (Critical care Canada Forum) in Toronto, Canada. He talked about “the cost effectiveness of mechanical ventilation using PAV+ mode in Canada”. 10/11/2018 – 14/11/2018: Max and Jason presented 2 research posters at the ISPOR congress (Annual european meeting) in Barcelona,..Read more
20/10/2018 – 24/10/2018: Rafael presented the following research poster at the United European Gastroenterology (UEG) Week, in Vienna: “Is pan-enteric video capsule endoscopy a cost-effective option for optimization of Crohn’s Disease therapy in England?”
Coreva Scientific are featured in the “Gesundheitsindustrie 2018 Zahlen und Fakten für Baden-Württemberg” Report, page 30. At the European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism meeting in Madrid, Rafael presented our work on “Does automating water flushes impact the care costs of enteral nutrition therapy?”. The Coreva team successfully completed their first GDPR..Read more
15/07/2018: Max joins our team as a health economics associate.
Coreva just published an article on the cost-effectiveness of mechanical ventilation, “Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of proportional-assist ventilation plus versus pressure support ventilation in the intensive care unit in two countries.” It is in Frontiers in public health (http://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2018.00168) Coreva Scientific will be at the 2018 MedFIT Conference in Strasbourg, France..Read more
Coreva article “Intermittent pneumatic compression is a cost-effective method of orthopedic postsurgical venous thromboembolism prophylaxis.” is available in Clinico Economics and outcomes research. Rhodri presented a research poster entitled “are single-patient-use electrocardiograph cable and lead systems during coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) monitoring a benefit to healthcare payers: a budget..Read more
This month, at Coreva Scientific we had our annual Team building on April 11-13 in the black forest,Titisee.
Coreva work on sedation-related adverse events has been published this month. The article “Clinical and economic burden of procedural sedation-related adverse events and their outcomes: analysis from five countries.” is available in Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management.
15/02/2018 – 16/02/2018: Rhodri presented a poster at the ECCO congress (European crohn’s and colitis organisation) in Vienna, Austria on Friday 16 Feb 2018. He discussed “Using small bowel and colon video capsule endoscopy to optimize Crohn’s disease therapy may improve patient quality of life”.