The NOAHE Health Economics and Technology Assessment Rounds are presented by the Institute of Health Economics, the University of Calgary Health Economics Group and HTA Unit, and the University of Alberta Health Economics Unit. Their aim is to advance health economics research and support evidence-based health policy, to improve the health outcomes of Canadians.
- To present research on topics of relevance to Health Economists, trainees, and policy makers across Alberta.
- To bring experts in Health Economics to Alberta to present on cutting edge research.
- To encourage collaboration and discourse between Alberta health economists, and with policy makers.
The Network of Alberta Health Economists and the NOAHE Health Economics and Technology Assessment Rounds are supported financially and in-kind by Alberta Health, through the Health Funding and Economics Capacity (HFEC) Grant. Please note that the views expressed in this series and other deliverables associated with NOAHE are not necessarily representative of any particular organization involved.