Critical appraisal

A process to find valid and relevant evidence or methods in a systematic review or HTA. Evidence is considered using a system of agreed rules to check its quality and decide if it should be included in the HTA or not. For example, evidence from a particular study may...

Cost-utility analysis

A study similar to a cost‐effectiveness analysis. The costs are measured in units of money and the benefits are stated in a value that reflects patient preferences (known as utilities), such as a quality‐adjusted life year. HTAI

Cost effectiveness analysis

This analysis compares two or more drugs, devices, tests, or procedures to find out which provides more outcomes for the cost of treatment or which has the lowest cost for a given outcome. This means that the outcomes of all treatments being compared must be measured...

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