Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

  • has an extensive list of materials used for conducting cost-effectiveness analysis.
  • William M. Briggs has a Decision Calculator using breast cancer screening as an example. It explains how to evaluate whether a test is worth taking and the calculator allows a user to plug in values for any situation.
  • Weinstein, M. C., B. O’Brien, J. Hornberger, J. Jackson, M. Johannesson, C. McCabe, and B. R. Luce, Principles of Good Practice for Decision-Analytic Modeling in Health-Care Evaluation: Report of the ISPOR Task Force on Good Research Practices—Modeling Studies, Value in Health, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2003, pp. 9–17.

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