Handling uncertainty in economic evaluations of healthcare interventions.

@article{Briggs1999HandlingUI,
  title={Handling uncertainty in economic evaluations of healthcare interventions.},
  author={Andrew Briggs and Alastair M Gray},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={1999},
  volume={319 7210},
  pages={
          635-8
        }
}
This is the last of four articles The constant introduction of new health technologies, coupled with limited healthcare resources, has engendered a growing interest in economic evaluation as a way of guiding decision makers towards interventions that are likely to offer maximum health gain. In particular, cost effectiveness analyses—which compare interventions in terms of the extra or incremental cost per unit of health outcome obtained—have become increasingly familiar in many medical and… CONTINUE READING

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