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Applied Health Economics and Health Policy


Title Abbreviation
Appl Health Econ Health Policy
ISSN
1175-5652
Electronic ISSN
1179-1896
Readership
Caregivers, Health service researchers, Healthcare Executives, Patients, Policy Makers, Public Health Professionals
Scope
Applied Health Economics and Health Policy is an international peer-reviewed journal designed to communicate the latest applied information in health economics and health policy. Areas of interest include: Economic analysis of all aspects of healthcare interventions. Economic analysis of health policy initiatives. Cost of illness studies. Evaluation of methodologies. Analysis of pricing and reimbursement systems. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy provides timely publication of cutting-edge research and expert opinion from this increasingly important field, making it a vital resource for payers, providers and researchers alike. The journal includes high quality economic research and reviews of all aspects of healthcare from various perspectives and countries, designed to communicate the latest applied information in health economics and health policy. While emphasis is placed on information with practical applications, a strong basis of underlying scientific rigor is maintained."
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Adis, part of Springer Nature
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