Payam Abrishami

National Health Care Institute

Health Services Researcher

Diemen

Netherlands

http://www.zorginstituutnederland.nl

Maastricht University

P.O. Box 616

Maastricht, 6200MD

Netherlands

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Da Vinci Surgery: Is it a No-Brainer? Robot-Assisted Prostate Surgery in the Mirror of Social Health Insurance

Dutch Health Care Insurance Board, January 2011
Number of pages: 80 Posted: 21 Feb 2012 Last Revised: 19 Sep 2014
Payam Abrishami
National Health Care Institute
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da Vinci robot, Surgery, Prostate Cancer, Social Health Insurance, Demand, Health Services Research, Decision-making

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Ethics in HTA: Examining the 'Need for Expansion'

Abrishami P, Oortwijn W, Hofmann B. Ethics in HTA: examining the “need for expansion.” Int J Health Policy Manag. 2017;6(x):x–x. doi:10.15171/ijhpm.2017.43
Posted: 19 Apr 2017
Payam Abrishami, Wija Oortwijn and Bjørn Hofmann
National Health Care Institute, Independent and Independent

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How Can We Assess the Value of Complex Medical Innovations in Practice?

Expert Rev. Pharmacoecon. Outcomes Res. 15(3), 369–371 (2015)
Posted: 21 Jan 2016
Payam Abrishami, Albert Boer and Klasien Horstman
National Health Care Institute, National Health Care Institute and Maastricht University

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adoption, complex medical innovation, constructive technology assessment, health technology assessment, method, outcome, real-world value

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Understanding the Adoption Dynamics of Medical Innovations: Affordances of the Da Vinci Robot in the Netherlands

Soc Sci Med. 2014 Sep;117:125-33. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.07.046
Posted: 30 Aug 2014
Payam Abrishami, Albert Boer and Klasien Horstman
National Health Care Institute, National Health Care Institute and Maastricht University

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Affordance, Decision-making, Qualitative ethnographic evaluation, Science, Technology and Society Studies, Surgical device, Technology adoption, The Netherlands, da Vinci robot