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Economic Analysis of Health Care Technology: A Report on Principles

Task Force on Principles for Economic Analysis of Health Care Technology*
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Requests for Reprints: Alan L. Hillman, MD, MBA, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, Center for Health Policy, University of Pennsylvania, 3641 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6218. Disclaimer: Some of the views expressed in this report do not necessarily reflect those of all individual members of the Task Force or their affiliated organizations. Individual members did not officially represent the affiliated organizations. Disclosure: The public announcement (at the time of a presentation or publication) of the evaluation and interpretation of the results of a study. Disclosure includes discussion of sources of possible bias, potential conflict of interest, relevant constraints imposed on investigators in their conduct or reporting of the study, the nature and amount of support received by the investigators, and other pertinent information necessary for full evaluation of the report.


Copyright ©2004 by the American College of Physicians


Ann Intern Med. 1995;123(1):61-70. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-123-1-199507010-00011
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Although economic outcomes research is an evolving field in health services research, there are correct and incorrect ways to conduct and report on economic outcomes studies. Research practices that help to minimize real or perceived bias will increase the quality and usefulness of such studies for those who sponsor, publish, and use them. Because of public concerns about the potential for bias in the design, analysis, and reporting of economic analyses of health care technology, we formed a task force to develop principles to enhance the credibility of these studies. The Task Force on Principles for Economic Analysis of Health Care Technology included participants from academia, the pharmaceutical industry, the public sector, and private research organizations.

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