Nested Knowledge Will Be At ISPOR 2024

From helping you implement faster AI-assisted workflows which speed up your team by up to 75%, to helping you think through how to design your next project with the new JCA requirements in mind, Nested Knowledge has you covered. If there is a singular through line that ties these top trends together, it’s this: evidence synthesis is getting more complicated, not less.

Nested-Knowledge, Inc. Welcomes Tomas Philipson as Board Member

Tomas Philipson

Nested Knowledge Welcomes Tomas Philipson as Board Member Nested Knowledge, Inc. is thrilled to announce Dr. Tomas J. Philipson as our newest board member. With a distinguished background in academia, public service, and co-founding Precision HEOR, Tomas brings invaluable expertise to our organization. As the Daniel Levin Professor of Public Policy Studies Emeritus at the University of […]

Developing Nested Knowledge: 2022 and Beyond

Nested Knowledge Development Timeline - 2020-2022

Looking ahead to 2022, the Nested Knowledge team is excited to bring additional features to the platform over the coming year, namely dual extraction, dual risk of bias, more quality control options, and an advanced organization-level library (including the very exciting “review inspector”).

Nested Knowledge Receives Vesalius Innovation Award from Karger Publishers

Vesalius Innovation Award

December 7, 2021 We are honored to announce that Nested Knowledge is the winner of this year’s Vesalius Innovation Award by Karger Publishers. The Vesalius Innovation Award is granted each year to “innovative, futuristic, and revolutionary ideas in the field of modern publishing with a focus on Health Sciences.” The award ceremony took place at […]

Nested Knowledge’s Public-interest Reviews

Comparison of Balloon Guide Catheters and Standard Guide Catheters for Acute Ischemic Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

October 31, 2021 Nested Knowledge supports a wide range of review and meta-analysis projects, mostly completed by external researchers using our novel software system, AutoLit. However, as part of our internal testing of software performance and in support of grant submissions demonstrating the viability of AutoLit, we have completed and made public the following research […]