On the occasion of Brain Awareness Week 2022, the second round of the Value of Treatment project released results and calls to action.

The Value of Treatment for Brain Disorders (VOT) is a health economics and outcomes research project launched in 2015, with the objective to identify treatment gaps (or barriers to care) along the care pathway and propose solutions to address them; assess health gains and socio-economic impacts resulting from best practice healthcare interventions; and converge data evidence to policy recommendations on how to improve the care pathways. The second round (VOT2) on new therapeutic areas was launched in 2019, focusing on The Value of Early Diagnosis and Coordinated Care for Rare Diseases; and The Value of Early Intervention and Continuity of Care for Mental Disorders.

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