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PACEOMICS PI contributes to new national guidance on the methods for economic evaluation of health technologies

News release: “Influential health guidelines updated to keep pace with advancing economic methods” …. “critical to decisions being made about who covers payment for medications, medical devices, and methods of treating and diagnosing Canadian patients”

Need to get up to speed to deliver the new CADTH guidelines? Sign up for the CEA Modeling Course, May 29th to June 2nd.

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New course offered: Introduction to Cost Effectiveness Modeling

May 29 – June 2, 2017, University of Alberta
Faculty: Drs Richard Edlin, Claire Hulme, Christopher McCabe, and Michael Paulden

This 5 day course is designed to equip individuals who have a basic understanding of cost effectiveness analysis with the skills required to build two types of decision analytic cost effectiveness models; decision trees and Markov models.

Designed and delivered by internationally recognized experts in cost effectiveness analyses, the course will combine focused pedagogic sessions with practical exercises to provide participants with hands-on experience of building the most commonly used types of cost effectiveness models, undertaking deterministic and probabilistic sensitivity analyses, Value of Information Analyses and producing a range of outputs to meet the requirements of reimbursement authorities in North America, Europe and Australasia.


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