New publications in health economics and genomics 15th June 2021

Two publications from the past week:

  • Cost or price of sequencing? Implications for economic evaluations in genomic medicine | link
  • Determining Cost-Optimal Next-Generation Sequencing Panels for Rare Disease and Pharmacogenomics Testing | link

I’m happy to share any other publications from this week that I’ve missed – just let me know. I publish these updates weekly, on a Tuesday, but only if I’ve seen relevant publications. If you don’t see an update on a Tuesday, assume it has been a quiet week for publications in health economics and genomics.

New publications in health economics and genomics 8th June 2021

Five publications from the past week:

  • Genomic sequencing for the diagnosis of childhood mitochondrial disorders: a health economic evaluation | link
  • A Systematic Review of Discrete Choice Experiments and Conjoint Analysis on Genetic Testing | link
  • Project Baby Bear: Rapid precision care incorporating rWGS in 5 California children’s hospitals demonstrates improved clinical outcomes and reduced costs of care | link
  • Understanding decisions to participate in genomic medicine in children’s cancer care: A comparison of what influences parents, health care providers, and the general community | link
  • Diagnostic Yield and Cost-Effectiveness of “Dynamic” Exome Analysis in Epilepsy with Neurodevelopmental Disorders: A Tertiary-Center Experience in Northern Italy | link

I’m happy to share any other publications from this week that I’ve missed – just let me know. I publish these updates weekly, on a Tuesday, but only if I’ve seen relevant publications. If you don’t see an update on a Tuesday, assume it has been a quiet week for publications in health economics and genomics.

New publications in health economics and genomics 1st June 2021

One publication from the past week:

  • Diagnosing newborns with suspected mitochondrial disorders: an economic evaluation comparing early exome sequencing to current typical care | link

I’m happy to share any other publications from this week that I’ve missed – just let me know. I publish these updates weekly, on a Tuesday, but only if I’ve seen relevant publications. If you don’t see an update on a Tuesday, assume it has been a quiet week for publications in health economics and genomics.

New publications in health economics and genomics 18th May 2021

One publication from the past week:

  • Developing new frameworks to value genomic information: accounting for complexity | link

I’m happy to share any other publications from this week that I’ve missed – just let me know. I publish these updates weekly, on a Tuesday, but only if I’ve seen relevant publications. If you don’t see an update on a Tuesday, assume it has been a quiet week for publications in health economics and genomics.

New publications in health economics and genomics 4th May 2021

One publication from the past week:

  • Early technology assessment of using whole genome sequencing in personalised oncology | link

I’m happy to share any other publications from this week that I’ve missed – just let me know. I publish these updates weekly, on a Tuesday, but only if I’ve seen relevant publications. If you don’t see an update on a Tuesday, assume it has been a quiet week for publications in health economics and genomics.

New publications in health economics and genomics 27th April 2021

Two publications from the past week:

  • Toward the diagnosis of rare childhood genetic diseases: what do parents value most? | link
  • Rapid whole genome sequencing impacts care and resource utilization in infants with congenital heart disease | link

I’m happy to share any other publications from this week that I’ve missed – just let me know. I publish these updates weekly, on a Tuesday, but only if I’ve seen relevant publications. If you don’t see an update on a Tuesday, assume it has been a quiet week for publications in health economics and genomics.

New publications in health economics and genomics 20th April 2021

Two publications from the past week:

  • Guidance for the Harmonisation and Improvement of Economic Evaluations of Personalised Medicine | link
  • Micro-costing diagnostics in oncology: from single-gene testing to whole genome sequencing | link

I’m happy to share any other publications from this week that I’ve missed – just let me know. I publish these updates weekly, on a Tuesday, but only if I’ve seen relevant publications. If you don’t see an update on a Tuesday, assume it has been a quiet week for publications in health economics and genomics.

New publications in health economics and genomics 13th April 2021

One publication from the past week:

  • Using molecular testing and whole-genome sequencing for tuberculosis diagnosis in a low-burden setting: a cost-effectiveness analysis using transmission-dynamic modelling | link

I’m happy to share any other publications from this week that I’ve missed – just let me know. I publish these updates weekly, on a Tuesday, but only if I’ve seen relevant publications. If you don’t see an update on a Tuesday, assume it has been a quiet week for publications in health economics and genomics.

An additional note for this week only: I’ve now been publishing these updates for a year. I find the process useful as it forces me to make time each week to keep up with the literature. I hope the updates are useful for others too. If the updates could be tweaked in any way to be more helpful going forward, please let me know (different frequency or weekday, more/less info for each publication etc.).

New publications in health economics and genomics 6th April 2021

Two publications from the past week:

  • Preferences and values for rapid genomic testing in critically ill infants and children: a discrete choice experiment | link
  • Establishing the value of genomics in medicine: the IGNITE Pragmatic Trials Network | link

I’m happy to share any other publications from this week that I’ve missed – just let me know. I publish these updates weekly, on a Tuesday, but only if I’ve seen relevant publications. If you don’t see an update on a Tuesday, assume it has been a quiet week for publications in health economics and genomics.

New publications in health economics and genomics 30th March 2021

Three publications from the past week:

  • Utility of Genetic Testing from the Perspective of Parents/Caregivers: A Scoping Review | link
  • Universal newborn genetic screening for pediatric cancer predisposition syndromes: model-based insights | link
  • Whole exome sequencing in molecular diagnostics of cancer decreases over time: evidence from a cost analysis in the French setting | link

I’m happy to share any other publications from this week that I’ve missed – just let me know. I publish these updates weekly, on a Tuesday, but only if I’ve seen relevant publications. If you don’t see an update on a Tuesday, assume it has been a quiet week for publications in health economics and genomics.