Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Access to an electronic health information exchange system can reduce costs associated with unnecessary repeated imaging tests.
A new study shows how the implementation of a clinical pathway for hysterectomy can decrease the proportion of total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH) procedures. 
A new study suggests that financial stress, rooted in filing for bankruptcy, may be a risk factor for increased mortality after a cancer diagnosis.
According to a new study, core outcome sets (COS) for clinical trials have become more structured, but there remains a need for greater transparency and public engagement in how COS are developed.