This course provides an introduction to methods and techniques for conducting pharmacoeconomic studies. The course covers a wide range of topics, including risk adjustment, practical decision analysis, Markov modeling, meta-analysis, and indirect treatment comparisons. The class will involve numerous exercises from building simple decision trees to complex Monte-Carlo Markov models.
Prerequisite: PHA 6283 Commercial Applications of Pharmacoeconomic Principles In addition, students without prior graduate coursework in statistics are strongly encouraged to take PHA 6935 Quantitative Methods prior to taking this course.
Syllabus: The current course syllabus is available to enrolled students only.