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.
The CEA Registry is a comprehensive database of over 6,500 cost-utility analyses on a wide variety of diseases and treatments published from 1976 to 2016.
The GH CEA Registry is the first comprehensive database to compile articles utilizing the “cost-per-DALY averted” metric to measure the efficacy of health interventions.
The SPEC database is a new data resource developed with the goal of providing an empirical basis for understanding commercial payer specialty coverage.
As a health plan, foundation, pharmaceutical firm, or medical device company, your organization needs to have access to innovative research and competitive market analysis. As a CEVR sponsor, you support our work in health care cost-effectiveness, as well as gaining privileged access to valuable information.