Iben Fasterholdt

Iben Fasterholdt
Odense University Hospital | OUH · Center for Innovative Medical Technology

Ph.D in Health Economics and Early Assessment

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Introduction
Iben Fasterholdt works at the Center for Innovative Medical Technology, Odense University Hospital. Iben does research in health economics and (early) HTA in the area of drones, AI, telemedicine and innovative technology. The most recent publication is 'Review of early assessment models of innovative medical technologies'.

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Publications (14)
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This study compared the cost-effectiveness of telemonitoring with standard monitoring for patients with diabetic foot ulcers. The economic evaluation was nested within a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. A total of 374 patients were randomised to either telemonitoring or standard monitoring. Telemonitoring consisted of two tele-consultations i...
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Introduction: Hospitals increasingly make decisions regarding the early development of and investment in technologies, but a formal evaluation model for assisting hospitals early on in assessing the potential of innovative medical technologies is lacking. This article provides an overview of models for early assessment in different health organisa...
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Background: Hospitals increasingly make decisions about early development of and investment in innovative medical technologies (IMTs), but at present often without an early assessment of their potential to ensure selection of the most promising candidates for further development. This paper explores how early assessment is carried out in different...
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Hospital innovation centres increasingly make decisions concerning early development of and investment in innovative medical technologies (IMTs). At present, decisions are often made without applying a formal early assessment process to ensure selection of the most promising candidates for further development. This paper conceptualises and presents...
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Objectives The COVID-19 pandemic has led to suggestions that cost-effectiveness analyses should adopt a broader perspective when estimating costs. This review aims to provide an overview of economic evaluations of interventions against viral pandemics in terms of the perspective taken, types of costs included, comparators, type of economic model, d...
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This study compared the costs of a mind-body intervention with usual care for individuals infected with HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). Further, consequences on labour market attachment were explored. The cost analysis was nested in a randomized controlled trial conducted in 2015 at the Department of Infectious Diseases at Aarhus University Hos...
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Supplemental material for the publication: A qualitative exploration of early assessment of innovative medical technologies
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Introduction and aim: There is a rising need for decision support in the process with development of innovative health technologies. Further, sound approaches for early assessments of the expected value on innovations, coping with the uncertainty and flexibility inherent in innovations, are lacking. Along with the challenging economic conditions fo...
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Introduction and aim:There is a rising need for decision support in the process with development of innovative medical technologies (IMTs). Further, sound approaches for early forecasting of return on IMTs, coping with the uncertainty and flexibility inherent in IMTs, are lacking. Along with the challenging economic conditions for health care over...
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Validity and reproducibility are key concepts in the execution and reporting of the literature searches underlying a systematic review as it enables the reader to assess the quality of the performed searches. However, often the reporting of searches is lacking crucial information. This article provides guidelines for the process from development of...

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