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Cost Benefit Analysis in Health

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Cost Benefit Analysis in Health

Cost Benefit Analysis in Health Partner(s): Joshua Graff Zivin
School of Public Health

Released: January 2003
Archived, no longer available.

A set of modules designed to give students an opportunity to experiment with cost benefit problems in the field of healthcare. The students will learn various statistical methods measuring quality of life, powering and sampling, collection and indirect cost data, discounting and sensitivity analysis. By working through the simulations modules students will learn the possibilities and pitfalls of these frequently used techniques.

Related project categories:
Case Studies | Medicine and Health