Syreon Research Institute conducts full health economic analysis, from resource tracking to cost-minimization, cost-effectiveness and cost-utility modeling, creation of value dossiers and strategic pricing presentation across a broad range of acute and chronic disease states.
Track resource utilization using patient, provider and caregiver sources to detail community and institutional healthcare utilization for each individual disease indication. Combine these data for detailed calculation of direct and indirect costs of care, caregiver burden, economic impact, and economic loss due to illness.
Select detailed Markov models, Monte Carlo methods or discrete event simulation for sophisticated sensitivity and scenario analysis to determine principal influential factors, "what if" scenarios, and estimate the impact of potential risks or interventions on projected costs and outcomes.
Shorter product development cycles and intense competition are an intense threat to new drugs or devices that often struggle to achieve profit and volume objectives. Our comprehensive understanding of market needs and opportunities, of pricing strategies and therapeutic benefit, and of approval and payment options provides a critical path to overcome these barriers.
Value dossier development
Our economic and pricing expertise helps companies move from developing products to creating value, and realizing the benefit of this transition. Through our extensive experience in the pharmaceutical industry, we work with you to ensure that your products are optimally priced for rapid market uptake and are tightly aligned with patient and provider needs.
Health policy research
Draw on our expertise in health policy and planning, our high quality research to collect and interpret the evidence needed for public health policy-making, our detailed population diagnoses to assess major health problems along with their determinants and societal burden, and our ability to develop critical evidence regarding efficacy, feasibility, cost-effectiveness and budget-impact of potential interventions.