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Quantify is an experienced partner in health economics, outcomes research, real-world evidence and market access. Our goal is to continuously deliver high quality services, combining our scientific and quantitative skills with a solution-oriented mindset and business focus. We have our roots in academia with a broad competence in value strategy, modeling, evidence generation, biostatistics, study design and analysis.

Through extensive experience within both the governmental and private sectors, we have acquired a dynamic and efficient work model, putting emphasis on communication and finding tailored solutions to fit our clients’ needs.

Services

identify

Identify

The value of any drug, device, procedure or reform in health care is dependent on the medical need it is intended to meet, its alternatives, and the perspectives of its stakeholders.

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quantify

Quantify

A wide range of methods and data sources can be used and combined to quantify the value of health care interventions and meet the evidence requirements of the stakeholders.

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communicate

Communicate

The communication of study results needs to be carefully considered to ensure that the key messages are presented in a clear and convincing way.

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News

Poster on impact of early statin titration on risk of cardiovascular events to be presented at ACC 2019

March 15, 2019|Comments Off on Poster on impact of early statin titration on risk of cardiovascular events to be presented at ACC 2019

The poster Impact of Early Statin Titration on Subsequent Cardiovascular Events: Estimates from Swedish Population-Based Registry Data’, co-authored by Maria Lindh and Jonas Banefelt of Quantify, will be presented in […]

Paper on cardiovascular event rates co-authored by Quantify has been published

January 25, 2019|Comments Off on Paper on cardiovascular event rates co-authored by Quantify has been published

The paper “Cardiovascular event rates in a high atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease risk population: estimates from Swedish population-based register data”, co-authored by Quantify’s Maria Lindh, Jonas Banefelt, and Sara Hallberg, has been published in European Heart […]

Quantify team co-authors paper on imminent fracture risk

January 25, 2019|Comments Off on Quantify team co-authors paper on imminent fracture risk

The paper “Risk of imminent fracture following a previous fracture in a Swedish database study”, co-authored by Quantify’s Jonas Banefelt, Linda Karlsson, Oskar Ström, and Gustaf Ortsäter, has been published in Osteoporosis International. See […]