Systematic Reviews and Indirect Comparisons for your HTA Submissions
Along with an economic evaluation, a systematic review of the evidence forms the components of the assessment phase of a NICE technology appraisal with the aim to assess a technology’s clinical and cost effectiveness for a specific indication, taking account of uncertainty, compared with the appropriate comparator(s) listed in the scope.
At Tolley Health Economics, we have several years’ experience in carrying out systematic reviews, in a wide range of therapeutic areas. We can put together a skilled team using a network of experts including systematic information scientists, health economists, statisticians and medical writers to design and perform your search to deliver a high quality systematic review.
Tolley Health Economics will carry out your systematic review in six steps: