Programme Director – Devices and Diagnostic Systems, Centre for Health Technology Evaluation, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
Mirella Marlow is responsible for NICE’s programmes for evaluating and developing evidence on medical devices and diagnostics, and works with the medtech industry, health services, government policymakers, lifesciences organisations and researchers to maximise the effectiveness of NICE’s work in these areas. She joined NICE in 2004, having previously worked for 15 years in senior roles for various payers in the English National Health Service.
Mirella has an MBA and a Masters in Medical Ethics and Law from Keele University, where her interests included the ethics of measuring the cost-effectiveness of interventions to improve the safety of healthcare, and legal cases relating to healthcare rationing. She is a contributor to work with the European Network for Health Technology Assessment (EUnetHTA) on integrating ethical considerations when determining the value of health technologies.
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Posted on 31.08.2016
Evidence-based guidance is key to pushing medtech innovation
I’m greatly looking forward to the European MedTech Forum meeting in Brussels in December, where I’ll be talking at the plenary about payers and hospitals aligning expectations and sharing values. I’ll also be taking part in a panel session on personalised and precision technologies. NICE is ideally placed to help the medical technology and […]