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Business & Profession Cataract, Health Economics and Policy, Professional Development

Real World Evidence in Cataract Surgery: IOL material can affect PCO and Nd:Yag treatments

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Present latest 2 studies already published:

  • Ursell P, et al. Three-year incidence of Nd:YAG capsulotomy and Posterior Capsule Opacification and its relationship to monofocal acrylic IOL biomaterial: a UK Real World Evidence study. Eye (Lond) 2018 Jun 11 (Epub)
  • Kossak, N., Schindler, C.,Weinhold, I. Hickstein, L., Lehne, M., Walker, J., Neubauer, A.S. & Häckl, D. 2017. German claims data analysis to assess impact of different intraocular lenses on posterior capsule opacification and related healthcare costs. Journal of Public Health

Discuss how relevant RWE studies can be in healthcare economics

Learning Objectives of Webinar

  1. Introduce EyeCare Professionals on Real World Evidence Studies
  2. Present latest RWE studies on IOL material and PCO related results
  3. Discuss how RWE studies and cost efficient results can be valuable for healthcare economics

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