Contributing to evidence-based health policy decisions
HealthEconomics.com 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.