Cost-effectiveness model app

What cost-effectiveness model app is?

Digital health outcomes is featuring cost-effectiveness model app delivered as iPad or web tool for engagement with healthcare payers and providers. It allows to apply custom user inputs and generate decision-maker specific results. These modelling apps also allow to conduct uncertainty analysis by running one-way sensitivity analysis or probabilistic sensitivity  analysis (Monte-Carlo simulation).

How cost-effectiveness model app is delivered?

Digital Health Outcomes transforms Excel-based cost-effectiveness models into powerful decision-making tool by deploying them at dedicated eModels Platform that offers a suite for enter-price features for global to local distribution and content localisation.

Where can I find example of a cost-effectiveness model app?

You can find example of cost-effectiveness model app at our dedicated cost-effectiveness model app page describing it’s features. Alternatively you can explore an online cost-effectiveness model or reach out to to learn more.

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Digital Health Outcomes team

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Budget impact model app

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