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Investing in Primary and Secondary Prevention: Developing Canada’s Health Economic Forecasting Capacity

Jan 15, 2020, 15:53 PM
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Lead Investigator Name : Jeremiah Hurley and Jean-Eric Tarride
Start Date : Sep 15, 2018, 00:00 AM
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"Investing in primary and secondary prevention: Economic forecasting to inform policies regarding amortization of program costs", is part of a joint initiative of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the J.W. McConnell Foundation. The research was co-led by Jeremiah Hurley, Dean of McMaster University’s Faculty of Social Sciences and a CHEPA member, and by CHEPA Director Jean-Eric Tarride. who produced a framework to guide both the development of policies related to the amortization of the costs of investments in primary and secondary health prevention, and decision-making regarding the amortization of specific proposed investments. 
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  • Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis
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  • Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis
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