Evohealth / Evaluation + economics

Evaluation + economics

Our health system needs to deliver effective and efficient healthcare within a finite budget. We support our clients to understand the value of a proposed policy change, new intervention or technology, and ultimately make appropriate evidence-based decisions.

Our team includes members experienced in health economics and economic modellers, as well program and policy evaluation. These skills, together with our policy experts with a deep understanding of health technology assessment allows for transparent, accountable and rigorous decision making.

“HTA…a bridge that connects the world of research to that of policy making.”
– World Health Organisation.

Our work includes:

  • Project and program evaluation
  • Feasibility studies
  • Economic modelling
Evaluation and economics, Policy research and analysis, Public Health

Time to Act: protecting our children from RSV

Evohealth Report Time to Act: protecting our children from RSVRespiratory…

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Evaluation and economics, Life Sciences, Policy research and analysis

CAR T-cell therapy: Is Australia ready, willing and able?

Evohealth White PaperMultiple myeloma is a devastating and incurable…

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Evaluation and economics, Policy research and analysis, Primary Care

Australia’s Cholesterol Heartache

Australia has become cholesterol complacent. This complacency is putting Australians living with cardiovascular disease (CVD) at risk…

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Evaluation and economics, Life Sciences

Identifying alternative funding mechanisms

Helping the client decide how best to seek funding for this healthcare intervention.

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Evaluation and economics, Primary Care

Capturing evidence in healthcare delivery

Breaking new ground by designing the first evidence framework for a healthcare setting.

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At Evohealth, we are dedicated to advancing health equity for all Australians.

Read our latest report "Closing the medicines gap" which delves into the critical issue of medicine accessibility for First Nations people.

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