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Prevention Effectiveness Fellow (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 10, 2017
Health economics is the evaluation of efficiency, effectiveness, value, and impact of health related services. Prevention Effectiveness fellowship strives to evaluate the total health impact of disease programs and illnesses through the use of comprehensive evaluations and modeling.
The three main methods used to assess the economics of an intervention designed to control and prevent a disease are: cost-benefit analysis (CBA), cost- effectiveness analysis (CEA), and cost-utility analysis (CUA).
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