Sustainability and cost effectiveness

I have experience in all facets of cost effectiveness research, including conducting cost of illness studies (e.g., adverse events in hospitals, osteoporosis, chronic conditions on employment), cost effectiveness evaluations of new drugs and technologies (e.g., smoking cessation programs, treatments for gynecological conditions), and cost effectiveness evaluations of existing health services (e.g., hospital based services).

Sample publication (click for full list)

Brown P, Cameron L, Ramondt S. Sustainability of Behavioral Interventions: Beyond Cost Effectiveness Analysis. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 2014. In Press.