Health economics is a division of economics concerned with the issues related to the efficiency, effectiveness, value, and behavior in the creation and utilization of health and healthcare. Health economists study the creation and utilization of health and healthcare. Health economists study health-affecting behaviors, like smoking, obesity, and alcohol and drug abuse using economic evaluation, which is a tool that compares the costs and consequences of different interventions. They provide information to decision-makers for efficient use of available resources to maximize health benefits, Our health economics expert witnesses, speakers and consultants specialize in a broad array of disciplines including:
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