The aim of this assignment is to consolidate the argumentative skills with a focus on how to use theory. TOPIC : Deterrence and Dissuasion in Cyberspace 1. In the main….
U.S. Health Care Spending Distribution: People and Services
(1) Course Overview
(2) U.S. Health Care Spending Distribution: People and Services
(3) Drivers of Health Care Cost Growth
(4) Introduction to the Economic Evaluation of Medical Interventions
(1) To describe the trajectory of historical and predicted U.S. health care spending.
(2) To differentiate between spending levels and spending growth rates.
(3) To differentiate between real and nominal growth.
(4) To identify and describe factors driving U.S. spending growth
(5) To be knowledgeable about the fundamentals of economic evaluation and
comparative effectiveness research and to understand the relevance of economic
evaluation and comparative effectiveness research to providers and insurers.
FGS Ch. 4
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Thorpe, Florence, and Joski. “Which Medical Conditions Account for the Rise in Health
Care Spending?” Health Affairs, 25 Aug 2004, Web Exclusive
Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care: http://www.dartmouthatlas.org/
HTA 101: Introduction to Health Technology Assessment. Accessed at:
Chandra, A., A. Jena, J. Skinner. “The Pragmatist’s Guide to Comparative Effectiveness
Research,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 25(2), Spring 2011, 27-46.