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The HEOR & RWE Marketplace

HealthEconomics.Com and Have Partnered to Help Buyers and Suppliers Connect More Easily Through the HEOR & RWE Marketplace

Why did we create an HEOR / RWE marketplace?

The HEOR & RWE Marketplace is a collaboration between two trusted life science brands, HealthEconomics.Com and We recognize that there is an increasing need for access to HEOR and real-world data to make faster and more informed healthcare decisions and help guide treatment approaches. The HEOR & RWE Marketplace is an online solution that accelerates the sourcing and procurement process for researchers and suppliers of HEOR, RWE and market access services. By streamlining the process for buyers and sellers, the Marketplace will deliver reduced time to contract, quicker time to insight and faster market access.

Benefits of Joining The Marketplace:

Benefit    Buyers       Suppliers   
  • • Researchers can select suppliers more quickly using standardized RFI’s
  • • Suppliers can respond to more requests using standardized RFIs
  • • Standardized legal structure saves time
  • • Streamlined buyer/supplier set-up process
  • • More efficient sourcing for evidence development
  • • Easy-to-use access to a global curated supplier network

To learn more about how the HEOR & RWE Marketplace can help your organization, download the free industry white paper titled HEOR and RWE Sourcing and Procurement Challenges and Opportunities: A Benchmarking Survey.

Company Details:

Since 1994, HealthEconomics.Com is the world’s most comprehensive and credible CONNECTED COMMUNITY™ that serves as the global link to the health economics & outcomes research, real-world evidence, and pharma market access stakeholder communities.

Founded in 2007, is the world’s leading scientific services marketplace. It saves time and money and provides access to innovation while maintaining compliance with an organization’s procurement policies. operates private marketplaces for most of the world’s major pharmaceutical companies and the US NIH.