Health technology assessments for government

Economic evaluation of government funded health services

Funding agencies

Commonwealth Department of Health, Canberra; Singapore Government

Project period

2001-

Researchers

Project aims

The team provides advice and formal commentaries and reports on the costs and benefits of new health technologies and services prior to funding on government schemes in Australia and Singapore.

The team has produced over 200 commentaries. Versions of some of these reports are published in peer reviewed journals, but for the most part these reviews, commentaries and original evaluations are confidential and only publicly available in summary form, e.g. PBAC, MSAC. The team has also published on aspects of public decision making in funding and pricing of medicines in Australia and has been involved in a number of economic evaluations of technologies and services as part of randomised clinical trials  and studies using observational data.

The team publishes versions of some of these reports in peer reviewed journals, but for the most part these reviews, commentaries and original evaluations are confidential and only publicly available in summary form. The team has also published on aspects of public decision making in funding and pricing of medicines in Australia and has been involved in a number economic evaluations of technologies and services as part of randomised clinical trials and studies using observational data.

Awards

Monash Business School Dean's Commendation for Research Impact 2020