This course can only be taken as part of the Certificate in Health Economics & Outcomes Research.
This course introduces students to economic evaluation in health care, specifically cost-effectiveness analysis of pharmaceuticals, devices and other health care interventions. We’ll cover topics such as methods for economic evaluation in health care, decision modeling, preference measures, and the development of coverage and reimbursement policies using cost-effectiveness data. We’ll also teach introductory spreadsheet modeling and use contemporary examples from the literature to illustrate key concepts.
This course is part of the Certificate in Health Economics & Outcomes Research.
Principles of Health Economics
Economic Evaluation in Health & Medicine
Practice of Health Technology Assessment in a Global Environment
Certificate in Health Economics & Outcomes Research
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