Health Economics Unit
Health economics is a form of economics-based research that analyzes efficiency, effectiveness, value, and behaviour in the production and consumption of health and health care.
Health Economic Services
The IHE provides a wide range of economic analyses to inform effective allocation of health resources, including:
- Economic analyses: cost-effectiveness, cost-utility, cost-benefit, and/or cost-minimization
- Economic evaluation and extrapolation within clinical trials
- Budget impact, cost and budget forecasting
- Health funding model development and evaluation
Sector Specific Supports
Please click the links below for more information on sector specific health economics related supports we provide.
- Public Sector Funding and Economics Capacity Development
- University Led Health Economics Research Partnerships
- Services for Industry Partners
- Physicians, Patient Groups, and Other Health System Stakeholders
The Institute of Health Economics is the proud secretariat of the Network of Alberta Health Economists – Bringing together the leading minds in health economists research and policy. For more information, visit www.NOAHE.ca.