Decision Analytic Modeling
The Institute of Health Economics' Decision Analytic Modeling Unit is a new and growing team of interdisciplinary researchers including health economists, biostatisticians, epidemiologists, and clinicians dedicated to using decision analytic approaches to inform decisions relating to the allocation of health resources.
The Unit's primary aim is to promote the use, understanding, and integration of economic modeling techniques for healthcare professionals and organizations interested in using evidence to inform health policy.
Core research and policy services
- Cost effectiveness analysis
- Cost utility analysis
- Cost benefit analysis
- Cost consequence analysis
- Net monetary benefits analysis
- Value of information analysis
Budgeting and planning
- Budget impact analysis
- Cost and budget forecasting
- Survival modeling
- Risk analysis
- Disease modeling and transmission simulation
Clinical research trials
- Designing economic evaluations with clinical trials
- Economic extrapolation beyond time horizon
IHE Methodology Forum Series
The IHE Methodology Forum series are knowledge transfer activities designed to identify and address major methodological challenges in informing health policy around the funding of health technologies to provide guidance towards improving current standards of practice in economic evaluation and health technology assessment (HTA). Please click here to link to our Methodology Forum Series.
The Institute conducts research projects for various health care organizations across Canada and internationally to engage these organizaitons in the decision making process. IHE's Decision Analytic Modeling Unit welcomes new partners and offers research and consulting services to organizaitons interest in making better informed policy decisions. Please follow this link to learn more about IHE's key affiliations and partnerships.
- Network of Alberta Health Economists (NOAHE) - Established by the IHE, the goal was to create a collaborative network of researchers who are actively conducting applied health economic research with relevance to health policy issues in Alberta. Through NOAHE, the IHE hopes to foster greater partnership and collaboration within Alberta's health economics community, and between this community and health policy makers. Please click here for the NOAHE Report of survey results.
For further information on our Decision Analytic Modeling Unit please contact:
Dr. Anderson Chuck
Director of Economic Evaluation and Analytics
Direct Line: +1-780-448-4881