Economic Assessment of Health Care : theory and practice

@inproceedings{Richardson1990EconomicAO,
  title={Economic Assessment of Health Care : theory and practice},
  author={Jeffrey Richardson},
  year={1990}
}
The Centre for Health Program Evaluation (CHPE) is a research and teaching organisation established in 1990 to: • undertake academic and applied research into health programs, health systems and current policy issues; • develop appropriate evaluation methodologies; and • promote the teaching of health economics and health program evaluation, in order to increase the supply of trained specialists and to improve the level of understanding in the health community. The two units undertake their own… CONTINUE READING

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