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The Delphi Method

The Delphi Method in Healthcare


What is the Delphi Method? 

The Delphi method is a systematic and iterative approach used to generate consensus-led evidence.

The Delphi method originated in the late 1940’s as a forecasting tool to inform the use and impact of emerging technologies on US national security approaches.

Increasingly employed in healthcare, the Delphi method allows to generation of data from expert opinion in 7-9 months, to help better decisions be made and actioned.


Why choose the Delphi method to generate evidence? 


Rise of Delphi studies                                    



How has Triducive used the Delphi method to support positive change in healthcare?

As leading providers world-wide of modified Delphi consensus for the Pharmaceutical, Biotech, MedTech and Healthcare industries, Triducive act as independent facilitators designing Delphi studies and implementing communication campaigns.

Using the Delphi method is one of the most rapid ways to build new evidence and support advocacy. This includes educating the medical community and patients, informing guideline revisions, and establishing consistent best practices.

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What results can be expected from a campaign based on the Delphi method?

With 50+ publications and numerous strategic campaigns, Triducive has helped clients with objectives such as:

  • To improve equity of access and uptake of products by addressing inconsistencies in the health system and positioning products more clearly
  • To support national and local guideline organisations to redefine their approach and establish best practice
  • To contribute to the revision of referral pathways by re-defining and setting new performance standards for treatment

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Do you need to generate and publish evidence to help…

  • Establish unmet needs and treatment standards

  • Encourage optimal practices for consistent, effective care delivery

  • Support guideline or policy document

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