7 edition of Economic and medical evaluation of health care technologies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by A.J. Culyer and B. Horisberger.|
|Contributions||Culyer, A. J., Horisberger, Bruno.|
|LC Classifications||R855.2 .E26 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 405 p. :|
|Number of Pages||405|
|LC Control Number||84125117|
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All too frequently, the largest effective barrier to interdisciplinary communication is jargon. The symposium whose proceedings appear in the following pages sought, of course, to eliminate unnecessary and obscurantist jargon; but it sought also to do something far more ambitious - to confront the intellectual issues that are attached to the use of the word "evaluation" in medicine and health Economic and Medical Evaluation of Health Care Technologies.
Editors: Culyer, Anthony J, Horisberger, B. (Eds.) Free › Medicine › Neurology. Economic and medical evaluation of health care technologies. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A J Culyer; Bruno Horisberger The purpose of economic evaluation is to inform decisions intended to improve healthcare.
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January expansion of the field of economic evaluation in health care, since the last edition was CADTH has developed economic guidelines to help standardize and facilitate the economic evaluation of health technologies in Canada.
In Canada, the economic evaluation of health technologies is an accepted component of health technology assessment. Economic evidence is an important consideration in the formulation of health technology policies, practices, and reimbursement :// Read the latest chapters of Handbook of Health Economics atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature An improved HTA economic evaluation framework for Australia iii EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In the Minister for Health and Ageing and the Minister for Finance and Deregulation announced a joint Review of Health Technology Assessment in Australia.
1 One aim of the Review is to assess ways of streamlining, improving timeliness and enhancing coordination$FILE/ incorporated within economic evaluations of health care technologies and how the results can be used to inform decision making.
Section one provides a brief overview of the methodological and policy background of using economic evaluation to inform decisions about health care technologies.
With the context for utilising economic evaluation economics; It is well established that economics has an important part to play in the evaluation of health and health care interventions.
Many books and papers have been written describing the methods of health economic evaluation. 1, 2 Despite this, controversies remain about issues such as the definition, purposes and limitations of the different evaluative techniques, whether or not to These include integrated economic and clinical randomised trials, decision analytic modelling studies and economic and statistical evaluation of observational and retrospective data sets.
Additionally, CHE conducts economic evaluation in a number of cross-cutting themes, primarily: social care, public health, and global :// The highly successful textbook Methods for the Economic Evaluation of Health Care is now available in its third edition.
Over the years it has become the standard textbook in the field world-wide. It mirrors the huge expansion of the field of economic evaluation in health › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Medicine & Health Sciences. Estimating Costs in the Economic Evaluation of Medical Technologies - Volume 6 Issue 1 - Bryan R.
Luce, Anne Elixhauser. Guyatt, G., Drummond, M., Feeny, D. et al. Guidelines for the clinical and economic evaluation of health care technologies. Social Science and Medicine, v Structured Abstract Objectives: An evidence report was prepared to assess the evidence base regarding benefits and costs of health information technology (HIT) systems, that is, the value of discrete HIT functions and systems in various healthcare settings, particularly those providing pediatric :// Assessing the impact of digital transformation of health services 8 that, like other technologies, digitalisation in health care normally affects certain goals or certain groups positively, while at the same negatively affecting others.
EU policies have consistently emphasised the importance of digital solutions such as Description of the book "Methods for the Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes": Description This highly successful textbook is now available in its third edition. The book has been extensively updated in order to keep pace with the considerable advances in theory and practice in recent Summary: Economic evaluations are a set of outcomes and health services research methods to inform the debate about the rising cost of health care and include cost-of-illness studies and cost-effectiveness research.
Cost-effectiveness research is the comparative analysis of two or more alternative interventions in terms of their health and economic consequences, whose results are expressed as According to World Health Organization's (WHO) constitution health is 'a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity' “Health" in health economic (evaluation) is health status according to some measure.
Health economics is the study of distribution of health ://. The impact of specific technologies on health care costs Creation, Diffusion and economic wealth as well as forces for change in the organisation of health care.
The health and medical research and development sector, from which advances arise, has a high public profile in its own right. impact analysis and economic evaluation HTA seeks to inform health policy makers by using the best scientific evidence on the medical, social, economic and ethical implications of investments in health care.
Such assessment includes: Synthesising research findings about the effectiveness of different health interventionsCreative use of new mobile and wearable health information and sensing technologies (mHealth) has the potential to reduce the cost of health care and improve well-being in numerous ways.
These applications are being developed in a variety of domains, but rigorous research is needed to examine the potential, as well as the challenges, of