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GetReal is a project of the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), a public-private consortium consisting of pharmaceutical companies, academia, HTA agencies and regulators (e.g., NICE, HAS, EMA and ZIN), patient organisations and SMEs.

The GetReal consortium aims to improve the efficiency of the medicine development process by better incorporating estimates of relative effectiveness into drug development and to enrich decision-making by regulatory authorities and HTA bodies through:

  • Bringing together regulators, HTA bodies, academics, companies, patients and other societal stakeholders;
  • Assessing existing processes, methodologies, and key research issues;
  • Proposing innovative (and more pragmatic) trial designs and assessing the value of information;
  • Proposing and testing innovative analytical and predictive modelling approaches;
  • Assessing operational, ethical, regulatory issues and proposing and testing solutions;
  • Creating new decision making frameworks, and building open tools to allow for the evaluation of development programmes and use in the assessment of the value of new medicines;
  • Sharing and discussing deliverables with, among others, Pharmaceutical companies, regulatory authorities, HTA / reimbursement agencies, clinicians and patient organizations;
  • Developing training activities for researchers, decision makers and societal stakeholders in the public and private sector in order to increase knowledge about various aspects of relative effectiveness.


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GetReal documents for public consultation online

The first two documents from WP1 for public consul...  
IMI GetReal at ISPOR 17th Annual European Congress

IMI GetReal at ISPOR 17th Annual European Congress

WP1 issue panel on RWE in HTA decision-making acro...  

Team from Manchester publishes report on pragmatic point-of-care randomised trials

Tjeerd van Staa (University of Manchester, GetReal...  

The research leading to these results has received support from the Innovative Medicines Initiative Joint Undertaking under grant agreement no [115546], resources of which are composed of financial contribution from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) and EFPIA companies in kind contribution.