Health Technology Assessment (HTA) of population-based colectoral cancer screening programme in Ireland.
We believe that there is currently insufficient evidence to support the reimbursement of this product under the Community Drugs Schemes.
The cost-effectiveness of nilotinib compared to dasatinib, in patients resistant to imatinib has not been demonstrated.
Lapatinib could be considered cost-effective inIreland. However in view of the uncertainty surrounding the ICER, we (NCPE) suggest conditional reimbursement under the High Tech Drugs scheme.
The cost-effectiveness of Grazax® remains to be established and this product cannot be recommended as value for money at this point in time.
Cost effectiveness analysis of a universal infant hepatitis B vaccination programme in Ireland
Cost effectiveness analysis of a universal infant pneumococcal conjugate vaccination programme in Ireland.
The following report was prepared by the National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics and submitted on request to the Department of Health and Children.