Five-Part Webcast on Economic Evaluation
This five-part webcast series is designed to help you understand the value of economic evaluation and how to incorporate these methods into your programs.
Economic evaluation can be used to
- Compare costs and benefits of an intervention.
- Demonstrate to decision makers that the benefits of your program are worth the costs.
- Help prioritize resources.
- Enhance decision making and help set health policy.
|If you want to||You should view||How the module will be of assistance|
||View the webcast||Offers basic knowledge of economic evaluation.|
||View the webcast||Shows the potential benefits of prevention.|
||View the webcast||Serves as a foundation for budget justification, decision-making, and forecasting.|
||View the webcast||Shows outcomes in natural health units, such as the number of cardiovascular disease cases prevented or the number of lives saved.|
||View the webcast||Places a dollar value on program outcomes.|
- Haddix AC, et al. Prevention Effectiveness: A Guide to Decision Analysis and Economic Evaluation. Oxford University Press, 2003.
- Page last reviewed: April 26, 2017
- Page last updated: April 26, 2017
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