Structure of a Pharmacoeconomic Study

CMR Institute
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0.5 hours
100 USD
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Course description

Structure of a Pharmacoeconomic Study

This module describes the basic structure of a true pharmacoeconomic study, as shown in the chart below, and explains the role of each of its necessary components.

 

Who should attend?

Pharmaceutical sales professionals

Training Content

1. Describe the components of a pharmacoeconomic study's problem statement.
2. Explain the factors that determine which costs and outcomes are examined by a pharmacoeconomic study, and how they are measured and analyzed.
3. Identify the types of data sources used by pharmacoeconomic studies.
4. Describe how modeling and data-analysis techniques - including decision trees, Markov models, Monte Carlo simulations, and regression analyses - are used in pharmacoeconomics.
5. Describe how a study's limitations, generalizability, and applicability can be defined for its audience.

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