This section of the ISPOR website, "Pharmacoeconomic Guidelines Around the World" provides the following:

Guidelines listed are dated based on the publication date of the document and categorized as follows:

  1. Published PE Recommendations: they are country-specific economic evaluation guidelines or recommendations published by experts in the field but are not “officially” recognized or required by the health care decision-making bodies/entities in this country/region for reimbursement.
  2. PE Guidelines:: they are country-specific “official” guidelines or policies concerning economic evaluation that are recognized or required by the health care decision-making bodies/entities in this country/region for reimbursement.
  3. Submission Guidelines: they are country-specific “official” guidelines or policies concerning drug submission requirements with an economic evaluation part/section and are required by the health care decision-making bodies/entities in this country/region for reimbursement.

COUNTRY-SPECIFIC PHARMACOECONOMIC GUIDELINES

Published PE Recommendations PE Guidelines Submission Guidelines
Africa South Africa Egypt  
Latin America   Brazil
Colombia
Cuba
México
MERCOSUR (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay)
North America United States Canada  
Asia China Mainland Japan
Malaysia
Taiwan
South Korea
Iran
Israel
Thailand
Europe

Austria
Denmark
Hungary
Italy
Russian Federation
Spain
Croatia

Baltic (Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia)
Belgium
France
Germany
Ireland
The Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Sweden
Switzerland

Czech Republic
England & Wales
Finland
Poland
Scotland
Spain - Regions

Oceania  

New Zealand

Australia

If you would like your country’s pharmacoeconomics guidelines at the ISPOR website or have comments/questions concerning this section of the ISPOR website, email your request to HEORresources@ispor.org.

As a reference for the development of this information, please see: Health Care System Information Sharing. The reference citation is: Eldessouki R, Smith MD, Health Care System Information Sharing: A Step Toward Better Health Globally. Value Health Regional Issues 2012; 1:118-129

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