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On the State of the Art in Costing Methods – Summary Report
Economic surveillance and economic assessments are important sources of information to help administrators and policy makers to track current trends and evaluate policies and care patterns. The Institute of Health Economics, in partnership with Alberta Health, held a two-day Costing Methods Workshop which helped to review costing practices by bringing together economists and other costing professionals to share their expertise, and create a common view of the state of the art in healthcare costing.
Funding for this event was provided by the Health Funding and Economics Capacity (HFEC) Grant.