Tag: decision analysis

Moving Beyond Traditional Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

Alternative Approaches May Provide Greater Flexibility for Decision-Analytics in Healthcare Baltimore, MD, USA—May 21, 2018—ISPOR, the professional society for health economics and outcomes research, held a panel session this afternoon, “Should We Move Beyond Conventional Cost-Effectiveness Analysis? If So, How?

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CURRENT PRACTICE OF RCT-BASED MODELLING CAN LEAD TO WRONG RESEARCH PRIORITIES

Rotterdam, The Netherlands – The current practice of prioritizing research in the context of conditional reimbursement can lead to wrong decisions since it relies on randomized controlled trials (RCT) based cost-effectiveness models, which do not reflect all uncertainties that are

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Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment Can Reliably Express Their Preferences for Health Care Using Discrete Choice Experiments

Adelaide, South Australia – Researchers from Flinders University found that mild cognitive impairment did not affect the ability of older adults to reliably respond to questions about their preferred rehabilitation services following hip fracture.

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HITECH: Electronic Prescribing Less Costly, Improves Medication Safety

Seattle, WA, USA – The $19 billion Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009 provided physician incentives to spur adoption of electronic health records (EHR) and established criteria for Meaningful Use. Topping the list of criteria is

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