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Chronic Heart Failure: does home-based care improve outcomes?

Posted by Paul Scuffham on 29 May 2015

Paul Scuffham, Josh Byrnes and Jean Spinks are working with the Mary Mackillop Institute for Health Research on this NHMRC funded project. The project aims to determine the most cost effective and consumer friendly way to improve outcomes for chronic heart failure patients.

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Author: Paul Scuffham
About: Paul Scuffham, the Foundation Professor of Health Economics at Griffith University Australia, graduated with a PhD (Economics) from the University of Otago. He has extensive experience in economic evaluation of health services and interventions such as medical devices and pharmaceuticals.
Tags: Cardiovascular Disease Health Services Delivery

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