The COVID-19 pandemic laid bare disparities in access to quality healthcare and resources that have led to poor outcomes among racial and ethnic minorities, socioeconomically vulnerable individuals, and populations in rural areas. With a renewed and keener scrutiny of health equity issues, the distributional consequences of a new intervention across subgroups should come to the forefront of discussions about value in health.

Join Precision HEOR for a webinar about studying the health equity impacts of new interventions. We will outline the conceptual basis of how health interventions can affect health equity and consider distributional cost-effectiveness analysis with decision-analytic models as a practical approach to assess this quantitatively. We will discuss the evidence needs and typical gaps for new interventions and how to optimize the use of existing data. The discussion will conclude with a live Q&A.