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Health Care Analysis 1 Reference

ICD 10 Outputs
This image shows that Outputs have been classified for a data service using WHO's ICD 10 system.
This image shows that Outputs have been classified for a data service using WHO's ICD 10 system. The resource was saved successfully on: 8/16/2016 7:14:47 PM
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Image, HTA, HIQA, Ireland
This image (HIQA, Ireland, 2010) demonstrates a typical summary graphic used to explain the result of a HTA.
This image (HIQA, Ireland, 2010) demonstrates a typical summary graphic used to explain the result of a HTA. The resource was saved successfully on: 8/18/2014 5:40:00 PM
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Video: Video Example
This video is used to demonstrate how to tie multimedia to all content. The resource was saved successfully on: 9/30/2014 10:34:23 PM
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Incremental Cost Effectiveness Analysis
This image demonstrates incremental cost effectiveness analysis.
This image demonstrates incremental cost effectiveness analysis. The resource was saved successfully on: 11/17/2014 7:53:01 PM
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Country Cost Comparisons
This image can be found as a reference in the Health Care Analysis tutorial (Geisler, 2011) . The authors demonstrates the usefulness of collecting national health care cost, benefit, and performance, content.
This image can be found as a reference in the Health Care Analysis tutorial (Geisler, 2011) . The authors demonstrates the usefulness of collecting national health care cost, benefit, and performance, content. The resource was saved successfully on: 8/16/2016 7:33:30 PM
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