George Mason University
Decision Analysis in Healthcare

This online course in Decision Analysis from George Mason University's College of Health Sciences teaches the fundamentals of decision analysis in health care. The course includes lectures on measuring and modeling uncertainty, constructing decision trees, modeling group decision-making, cost-effectiveness analysis, objective risk analysis, program evaluation, and conflict analysis.  This course is also useful in improving quality of healthcare. Topics include benchmarking clinicians, root cause analysis, accident investigation, analysis of sentinel events and more.

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Copyright © 2004. Organized January 2004.  Revised 7/18/14 by Janusz Wojtusiak, Ph.D.   This page is the index page for  the course HAP 730:  Decision Analysis in Healthcare.  This is an open-environment course developed by George Mason University's Department of Health Administration and Policy.