What Counts in Economic Evaluations in Health?

Economic evaluations are increasingly popular, both in the field of global health as well as in purely domestic settings. In this extended essay, Lauer and colleagues develop a critical analysis of economic evaluations that is intended to clarify concepts and terms, and thereby to enable a diverse community of users, performers, and commissioners of economic analyses in health to better understand and use such studies.

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