A new survey of health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) leaders in pharmaceutical companies found a high level of confidence that the industry will continue to invest in such research, says a study from Center for the Evaluation of Value and Risk in Health. Ninety-two percent of respondents said they think HEOR will be used more frequently by their companies in the future. In addition, 55 percent said FDAMA Section 114 has been a useful channel for promotion of health economics information, and 49 percent said the U.S. government should use cost-effectiveness analysis in coverage and reimbursement decisions. More information here. (Source: Expert Reviews, 2013).
University of Bristol, School of Social and Community Medicine, 24 - 26 June 2013
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Confirmatory Factor Analysis e-course from Center for Statistical Information introduces confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) using AMOS. As such, it is a basic and applied introduction into latent variable modeling. The module starts with the theoretical ideas behind this method but quickly delves into applied aspects of conducting CFAs. Most of the module is spent on how to create, run, and interpret CFAs. Participants will be provided with demonstrations and trainings that guide you throug
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