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Short Courses: Statistical Considerations in Economic Evaluations

ISPOR 12th Annual Meeting
1:00 - 5:00, May 20, 2007

Course Description:

The adoption / diffusion of new medical treatments depend increasingly on evidence of costs and cost-effectiveness. This evidence is increasingly generated from patient level data in randomized study designs. This course discusses design and analysis issues that arise when conducting such analyses. This is an intermediate course.

  • Agenda

  • Designing Economic Evaluations in Clinical Trials, Glick

  • Analyzing Treatment Costs in Randomized Trials, Doshi

  • Appendix, Evaluating Treatment Costs in Randomized trials

  • Evaluating Sampling Uncertainty in Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, Polsky

  • Faculty:
  • Jalpa Doshi, PhD, University of Pennsylvania

  • Henry Glick, PhD, University of Pennsylvania

  • Daniel Polsky, PhD, University of Pennsylvania