Centre for Applied Health Economics


At the forefront of improving the health care system, the Centre for Applied Health Economics (CAHE) undertakes economic research to deliver safe, effective and efficient health care solutions that are responsive to consumer preferences and improve quality of life.

The Centre is an international leader in health economics research providing safe, effective and cost effective health care solutions responsive to consumer needs. It has a reputation for quality health economics research in:

  • Economic evaluation of healthcare interventions and programs

  • Measuring consumer preferences for healthcare interventions and services

  • Health Technology Assessment

health technology assessment, HTA, health services research, economic evaluation, cost effectiveness, choice experiments, DCEs, preferences, quality of life, utility

The Centre is situated within the School of Medicine in the Menzies Health Institute Queensland. This location provides us with direct access to clinical and health management professionals from a wide range of disciplines.

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