Shaping the "New" ISPOR
As a contemporary organization, ISPOR understands the importance of careful reflection and reinvention. Toward that goal, the Society routinely reviews and refines its governance, operations, and business approaches to continuously improve the value of membership. The Society considers its Strategic Plan as a “living document”—something that is regularly evaluated to ensure ISPOR is well positioned and well informed to remain a responsive, effective leader in the field.
Advancing HEOR in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
The Society has a strong commitment to the advancement of HEOR in low- and middle-income countries and offers a variety of programs to support this objective. These activities help to advance the Society’s mission in emerging markets where resources may not be available.
Health Economics and Outcomes Research Competencies Framework™
The Health Economics and Outcomes Research Competencies Framework™ initiative seeks to comprehensively define the competencies that professionals need for success in the field.
Women in Health Economics and Outcomes Research
The ISPOR Women in Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) initiative is open to all ISPOR members—both women and men—with an interest in the advancement of women in the field. Much research has demonstrated that diversity is a business/performance issue versus a women’s issue. This initiative seeks to support diversity in HEOR—with the knowledge that diversity in the field will result in better research and better healthcare decision making.