CEVR analyzes the benefits, risks, and costs of strategies to improve health and health care.

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Recent Publications

Health Affairs Forefront
Options for CMS drug price negotiations
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January 4, 2023
Patient Preference and Adherence
Patient and caregiver views on measures of the value of health interventions
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December 20, 2022
Value in Health
The impact on cost-effectiveness of accounting for generic drug pricing: Four case studies
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November 3, 2022
Applied Health Economics and Health Policy
Family spillover effects: Are economic evaluations misrepresenting the value of healthcare interventions to society?
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August 23, 2022
Journal of Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy
When are breakthrough therapies cost-effective?
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July 28, 2022
JAMA Network Open
Racial and ethnic differences in hospice use and hospitalizations at end-of-life among Medicare beneficiaries with dementia
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June 9, 2022
Medical Decision Making
Trends in author-reported cost-effectiveness thresholds in the United States from 1995 to 2018: Implications for discount rates
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May 7, 2022
The American Journal of Managed Care
Patients’ access to 2018 FDA-approved drugs 1 year post approval
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April 12, 2022
Addressing challenges to alternative payment models for new Alzheimer’s disease therapies for US commercial payers
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May 13, 2022
Genetics in Medicine
Cost-effectiveness of exome and genome sequencing for children with rare and undiagnosed conditions
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April 8, 2022
Value in Health
A systematic review of economic evaluations of COVID-19 interventions: Considerations of non-health impacts and distributional issues
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April 6, 2022

The CEVR Team

Our team of experienced, dedicated researchers is led by health economists Peter Neumann and Josh Cohen. Together we produce cutting-edge health care cost-effectiveness research.

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Our comprehensive databases provide the information individuals and organizations need to analyze the benefits, risks, and costs of strategies to improve health and health care.