HCT Value and Health Economics Special Interest Group

   

Steering Committee

Co-Chairs:  
Richard T. Maziarz, MD  maziarzr@ohsu.edu
Linda J. Burns, MD  lburns2@nmdp.org
 

Rebecca L. Tombleson rebecca.tombleson@moffitt.org
Rocky Billups, MS  rocky.billups@sarahcannon.com
Greg Yanik, MD   gyanik@med.umich.edu
Guillermo Ruiz-Arguelles, MD, FRCP  gruiz1@clinicaruiz.com
Theresa Hahn, PhD  theresa.hahn@roswellpark.org
Dave Vanness  Consultant

ASBMT Staff Liaison: Stephanie Farnia

Purpose 

The Special Interest Group (SIG) for hematopoietic cell transplant (HCT) value and health economics provides a national and international forum for the exchange of ideas, educational initiatives, research agenda setting, conducting collaborative research and dissemination on health economics and the value of HCT (e.g., costs and utilization of care, cost-effectiveness and –  benefit analyses, patient-centered components of value and other health economic topics).

Why You Should Join

Members have the opportunity to be involved in working groups that provide recommendations on national issues related to health and value economics, as well as to participate on a conference planning committee or other task forces.

How You Can Join

Membership in the HCT Value and Health Economics SIG is open to any ASBMT member. If you would like to join the SIG, you must first be a member of the ASBMT.  If you are not, begin by completing this ASBMT membership application.  If you are already a member of ASBMT, send an email to ulyanafenyn@asbmt.org to join this SIG.

Charter

Read the  HCT Value and Health Economics SIG for more information on the SIG's purpose and goals.