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About Site - The European Journal of Health Economics is a highly scientific and at the same time practical oriented journal considering the requirements of various health care systems in Europe. The international scientific board of opinion leaders guarantee high-quality, peer reviewed publications as well as articles for pragmatic approaches in the field of Health Economics.
Site - aheblog.com
About Site - The Academic Health Economists' Blog exists to provide an on-line presence for the discussion of issues and developments in health economics. A place where people can present their views, opinions, ideas, and takes on current affairs from the perspective of health economics. The site has a simple aim; to promote healthy debate in the field, with a sharing of ideas.
Site - healthcare-economist.com
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About Site - Jason's research interests include all issues related to healthcare policy and economics, value-based purchasing, the health insurance market, and Medicare policy research.
Site - scharrheds.blogspot.com
About Site - HEDS is part of the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) at the University of Sheffield. We undertake research, teaching, training and consultancy on all aspects of health-related decision science, with a particular emphasis on health economics, HTA and evidence synthesis.
Site - healtheconomicsblog.com
About Site - Health Economics and HTA and its role in pricing and reimbursement, pipeline and in-licensing evaluations, as well as portfolio and company valuations in the biotech and pharmaceutical sector, is ever increasing. I actually couldn't find a blog that offers a platform for exchange among professionals in this field around the various topics - so there we go now and I hope you enjoy the information.
About Site - The purpose of this blog is to provide a forum for the discussion of issues surrounding the health economic analysis of genomic technologies. Hopefully, this blog encourages health economists with an interest in this area to share ideas and discuss the various challenges that arise when applying standard health economic methods in this interesting and rapidly evolving field.