Analysis conducted using the set of preferred methods most appropriate for the decision-maker
A branch of statistics that uses prior information based on subjective opinion and objective evidence, such as the results of previous research, for estimation and inference
Bias is any distorting influence that makes the results of a study an inaccurate reflection of the true situation
When patients, investigators, researchers and/or assessors are kept unaware of the allocation of treatments (investigational agent or control) to participants in a study
Estimates the financial consequences of adoption and diffusion of a new health-care intervention within a specific health-care setting or system context given inevitable resource constraints.