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Decision Making using Economic Evaluation

 Phaedra Corso, PhD
  27th-Jan-2011
Description: Overview of economic evaluation, myths in translating EEs for policy making, Types off EE Studies, Cost Benefit Analysis, Valuing Benefits in a CBA, Cost of Illness/injury (COI) approach, value of statistical life, Myth in Interpreting CBA Results, Cost--Utility Analysis (CUA), Measurement of Health Utilities, Valuation of Benefits in a CUA, Global Burden of Disease Project, Myths in Interpreting CUA Results, Cost Effectiveness Analysis (CEA), Quantifying Outcomes in a CEA, CEA Caveat
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Economic Evaluation for Decision Making
Phaedra Corso, PhD

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
TM

Objectives
Provide an overview of economic evaluation (EE) methods Define how the benefits measure is calculated in a:
� Cost-benefit analysis � Cost-utility analysis � Cost-effectiveness analysis

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