How to select the most appropriate NMA method? And Can we improve anchored NMAs through Network meta interpolation (NMI)
On Demand Webinar
In the second of Cytel's 4-part webinar series, introducing novel comparative effectiveness methods and how these can be used to better support product value.
In this webinar Bart Heeg and Caitlin Daly will discuss how to select the most appropriate NMA method and whether we improve anchored NMAs through Network meta interpolation (NMI).
Bart starts by discussing how to disentangle the maze of indirect comparison (IC) methods – both anchored and un-anchored, and will introduce the INGRESSA framework, which is used for selecting the most appropriate analysis method depending on data availability and quality.
Caitlyn will introduce network meta-interpolation method – the only Population Adjusted IC method that does not require shared effect modification assumption, which is important for modelling.
- Caitlin Daly, Senior Research Consultant, Statistics, Cytel
- Bart Heeg, Vice President HEOR Global, Cytel