A Handbook Of Health Economic Statistics
Economic issues related to the health sector have been gaining much attention in recent years, and the challenge of providing quality and comprehensive health care to a growing population has become increasingly complex. This book’s aim is to introduce readers to basic principles of economics and to a set of analytical tools of economic evaluations and their application in the health sector. The most important evaluation techniques are explained by examples: cost-minimization analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, cost-utility analysis and cost-benefit analysis.
By Renee J. G. Arnold Dr. Arnold is currently President and CEO of Arnold Consultancy & Technology LLC, with
headquarter offices in New York City, where she develops and oversees research and affiliated software for the
pharmaceutical, biotech, and device industry and federal government programs.
by: Al Lewis This book introduces a unique viewpoint to population health outcomes measurement: Results/ROIs should be presented as
they are, not as we wish they would be.
The Humble Economist is an outstanding collection of 21 of the most important essays by Prof Tony Culyer, a founding father of health economics. The book is divided into five themes and the essays are written to be easily accessible to a general audience.
Statistical Questions in Evidence-based Medicine is a book of questions and answers about the statistical principles and methods used in medical research. Based entirely on material published in the medical literature and popular media, it will prove invaluable to medical students, doctors, nurses, medical researchers and others concerned with medical data.