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Personalized Medicine and Role of Health Economics and Outcomes Research: Applications, Emerging Trends, and Future Research

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ECONOMIC EVALUATION
Strengthening Tuberculosis Control Overseas: Who Benefits?
In this article, Kompas et al., undertake an economic evaluation of Australian support for the expansion of basic directly observed treatment, or short-course (DOTS), in the Papua New Guinea (PNG) border area of the South Fly from the current level of 14% coverage.

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ECONOMIC EVALUATION
Public Health Impact and Cost-Effectiveness of Hepatitis A Vaccination in the United States: A Disease Transmission Dynamic Modeling Approach

 

PATIENT-REPORTED OUTCOMES
Responder Definition of a Patient-Reported Outcome Instrument for Laryngopharyngeal Reflux Based on the US FDA Guidance

 

PREFERENCE-BASED ASSESSMENTS
Do Probability and Certainty Equivalent Techniques Lead to Inconsistent Results? Evidence from Gambles Involving Life-Years and Quality of Life


COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH / HTA
Extracorporeal Photopheresis for Second-Line Treatment of Chronic Graft-versus-Host Diseases: Results from a Health Technology Assessment in Italy

 

HEALTH POLICY ANALYSIS
Acceptability and Perceived Benefits and Risks of Public and Patient Involvement in Health Care Policy: A Delphi Survey in Belgian Stakeholders

 

METHODOLOGICAL ARTICLES
Methods for Developing Patient-Reported Outcome-Based Performance Measures (PRO-PMs)

SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS
A Systematic Review of Research Guidelines in Decision-Analytic Modeling

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Lucas Goossens Lucas Goossens is an Assistant Professor of Quantitative Analysis at the institute of Health Policy and Management (iBMG) and the institute for Medical Technology Assessment (iMTA) of Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands. His research is centered around economic evaluations in healthcare and broader epidemiological studies. He has published in health economic, medical, and epidemiological journals on topics such as interventions in pulmonary diseases, patient preferences, hospital-at-home schemes, and medication adherence.
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