SearchSkip to Search Results
- 22Institute of Health Economics
- 8Institute of Health Economics/Working Paper Series (IHE)
- 5Institute of Health Economics/Books (IHE)
- 2Institute of Health Economics/Social, Technological and Economic (STE) Report (IHE)
- 2Institute of Health Economics/Consensus Documents (IHE)
- 2Institute of Health Economics/Reports (IHE)
- 16Institute of Health Economics
- 4Harstall, Christa
- 3Chojecki, Dagmara
- 3Corabian, Paula
- 3Johnson, Jeffrey A.
- 2Chuck, Anderson
- 4Health Economics
- 2HTA - Canada
- 2Health Statistics
- 2Healthcare Costs
- 1Acute Myocardial Infarction - Health Technologies - Economic Impact - Alberta
- 1Acute Myocardial Infarction - Preventative Interventions - Economic Impact - Alberta
This paper estimates a simultaneous model of moderate and heavy drinking, smoking and wages using a random sample of employed Canadian men. With all else in the system held constant, abstention from drinking and heavy drinking are associated with, respectively, large and small wage penalties...
The objectives of this study were to review the reports in English issued by the Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment (CCHTA), Conseil d’évaluation des technologies de la santé du Québec (CETS), the British Coumbia Office of Health Technology Assessment (BCOHTA), and the...
This paper provides a concise outline of health technologies used in the management of acute myocardial infarction (AMI) which might be expected to have a significant economic impact on the health care system in Alberta. These include druge, devices, procedures and equipment which may be used...
Valuing the Benefits and Costs of Health Care Programmes: Where's the 'extra' in extra-welfareism?
The application of Sen's concept of extra-welfarism to problems of allocations of resources to health underlies the justification of quality adjusted life years (QALYs) as the method of valuing the benefits of health care. In this paper we critically appraise the application from both conceptual...
The Impact of Diabetes and Co-morbidity on Health-Related Quality of Life: Findings from the 1996-97 National Population Health SurveyDownload
The purpose of this analysis was to assess the impact of comorbid heart disease, stroke and arthritis on HRQL in people with diabetes in the Canadian population using Health Utilities Index Mark 3 (HUI3), a generic preference-based measure of HRQL. IHE Working Paper 04-0.
Pilot Studies on Augmenting Health Utilities Index Questionnaires to Reflect Positive Health and Limitations due to Breathing DifficultiesDownload
The first objective of this study was to experiment with the inclusion of positive physical and emotional health levels in the HUI2 mobility, HUI3 ambulation, HUI2 emotion, and HUI3 emotion. The second objective was to experiment with the effects of including "breathing difficulties" in the...
Objective To assess a broad range of determinants of health to determine which are most strongly associated with health-related quality of life (HRQL) in people with type 2 diabetes. Methods This study used respondents from Canadian Community Health Survey Cycle 1.1 who were over the age of 18...
World In Your Pocket - A Handbook of International Health Economic Statistics includes the most current available data, presented in separate sections on health status, health care costs, health resources, health resources, health resource utilization, and health system performance.
This booklet brings together information that demonstrates the burden of mental illness and where Canada’s mental health system ranks among other developed countries. It also provides important consolidated information on key indicators that depict the state of our mental health system. The...
Alberta Diabetes Atlas 2011
The Alberta Diabetes Surveillance System (ADSS) was created in 2006 in partnership with Alberta Health and Wellness (AHW) and the Institute of Health Economics (IHE). The purpose of the ADSS is to provide information about diabetes within the province of Alberta. This information includes the...