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Dr. Krahn's interview with CMAJ


Dr. Murray Krahn has joined Kirsten Patrick, Deputy editor at the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) for an interview discussing cost-effectiveness and optimal use of resources in health care. Dr. Krahn talked about how cost-effectiveness has evolved over the last decade and he dispels some misconceptions and explains why it's important for policymakers to embrace the science of cost-effectiveness analysis. The interview was inspired by the article published by Dr. Krahn in the current issue of CMAJ.

  

 

Health Modelling and Health Economics

THETA investigators are pursuing research on the development and novel application of statistical methods for economic evaluation.  Read more...

 

Clinical Research

THETA research activities include novel application of existing Biostatistics and Epidemiology methods or development of new ones in effort to facilitate all phases of prospective or retrospective studies for generating and strengthen clinical evidence for HTA. Read more ...

 

Health Policy and Ethics

The impacts of technological change in health care are profound, extending beyond increased costs and improved health outcomes to include altered patient and provider experiences, organizational and service change, and industrial growth and employment.

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