Measurement, Design, and Analysis Methods for Health Outcomes Research

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Measurement, Design, and Analysis Methods for Health Outcomes Research

Health outcomes research is essential for making effective clinical and business decisions, improving patient-reported outcomes, including health quality, and in decreasing payer costs by reducing the use of costly or ineffective treatment.

Measurement, Design, and Analysis Methods for Health Outcomes Research is an executive program that provides professionals with the knowledge, language, and concepts that integrate public health research and statistical methods. Focusing on synthesizing findings from a wide variety of research studies, participants will enhance their capacity to provide solid evidence for the value of specific health treatments. The agenda is designed for introductory to intermediate outcomes research professionals.

This program expands participants’ capacity to design, implement, critically review, and analyze health outcomes studies as well as review and use outcomes research data for clinical decision making, health care planning, and technology development.

Visit the Executive and Continuing Professional Education website to learn more about this and other programs.

Program runs August 18–20, 2014. Register today.


 
Contact Information
Christine Fateh
Program Coordinator
(617) 432-2084


Date & Location
Date: 8/18/2014 to 8/20/2014
Location: Harvard School of Public Health