r-connect supported the Interdisciplinary Platform on Benefit Assessment
European HTA Procedure: endpoints count? Advances and Pitfalls
Selected Projects and Publications
  1. Effect of Crossover in Oncology Clinical Trials on Evidence Levels in Early Benefit Assessment in Germany
    Link: Value in Health 2018

  2. Are FJC appraisals suitable to guide therapeutic decisions?
    Link: Gesundhheitsökonomie & Qualitätsmanagement 2018

  3. Different Approaches to Evidence Based Medicine in Regulatory, Health Technology, and Clinical Decision Making
    Link: Pharmaceutical Medicine 2017

  4. Formative Biology of Bee Swarms
    Link: Tycho de Brahe Year Book 2016

  5. Aristotelian Cause – Effect Principles in Medicine
    Link: Merkurstab 2016

  6. Comparing EMA Post Authorization Measures and Additional Evidence Requirements by HTA Bodies
    Link: Health Economics Review 2016

  7. Patient Relevance of Primary Endpoints Across various Disease Areas
    Link: BMC Health Services Research 2016

  8. How can a clinically relevant endpoint not be relevant to patients
    Link: Drugs in R&D 2015

  9. A Glance into the Pain Points of German Early Benefit Appraisals 18 months after the introduction of AMNOG
    Link: European Journal of Health Economics 2014

  10. Questioning GBA’s approach to subgroups
    Link: Value in Health 2014

  11. Content Comparison of QoL instruments in COPD
    Link: Respiratory Medicine 2007

  12. Direct Costs in Rheumatoid Arthritis
    Link: Annals of Rheumatic Diseases 2005

  13. ICF Core Set for Diabetes
    Link: Journal of Rehabilitative Medicine 2004, 2

  14. ICF Core Set for Obesity
    Link: Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 2004,1

Interdisciplinary Platform on Benefit Assessment
  1. European HTA Procedure: endpoints count? Advances and Pitfalls, Volume 11, September 2020

  2. What are the (additional) benefits of registry data?, Volume 10, April 2020

  3. Wege zur gezielten Therapie, Ausgabe 9, Oktober 2019

  4. European Benefit Assessment – Opportunities and Risks, Volume 8, April 2019

  5. Physician information via software: Orientation or control, Volume 7, August 2018