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Analysis using the IHE Type 2 Diabetes Cohort Model presented at ISPOR 2024

The IHE Type 2 Diabetes Cohort Model (IHE-DCM-T2) is frequently used to estimate cost-effectiveness of interventions for type 2 diabetes in different parts of the world. The model has recently been updated to include Japanese risk equations, and in a study presented at ISPOR we illustrate how the choice between the Japanese and Western risk equations in IHE-DCM-T2 can affect key results in cost-effectiveness analyses in a Japanese setting.

Poster: EE286: Japan-specific risk equations for modeling diabetes in the Japanese setting: does it make a difference?
Authors: Willis M, Nilsson K, Fridhammar A, Ota R, Tyagi A, Jensen M, Terauchi Y
Presenter: Riku Ota

Conference: ISPOR – The Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research
Place: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Date: May 5-8