Adrian Towse, MA, MPhil, is the Director of the Office of Health Economics (OHE), a UK-based research and consulting organization. OHE works in the related fields of HTA, health system efficiency, and the economics of the biopharmaceutical and related health sciences industries. He is a visiting Professor at the London School of Economics and a Senior Researcher at the Nuffield Department of Population Health at the University of Oxford. Adrian has also been a visiting Professor at the University of York, and for 10 years he served as a Non-Executive Director of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, one of the UK's largest teaching and research hospitals. He chaired the Governance Committee overseeing arrangements for delivering clinical quality. Adrian has published on 'risk-sharing' arrangements between payers and manufacturers; value-based pricing; HTA development in emerging markets; the economics of stratified (personalized) medicine for payers and the industry; differential pricing, the use of ICERs to arrive at optimal pricing across countries; economic issues that affect both R&D for and access to treatments for diseases prevalent in the developing world; and the economics of medical negligence. Adrian was educated at Keble College, University of Oxford, Nuffield College, and the Oxford Centre for Management Studies (now the Said Business School), University of Oxford. He is also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. Adrian is President of ISPOR and previously served on the ISPOR Board of Directors (1999-2001) and subsequently on the ViH Management Board. He has played an active role in the scientific life of ISPOR, presenting at ISPOR Plenary Sessions in the US and Europe as well as many Issue Panels and Workshops. He was a member of the Task Force on Prospective Observational Studies and the Co-Chair of the Task Force on Performance Based Risk Sharing Agreements (PBRSAs). He has given pre-conference training sessions on PBRSAs with colleagues from the University Of Washington School of Pharmacy for the last seven years.
5:00 PM–6:00 PM Sep 9, 2018
Room: Concord A