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Webinar: How to fairly and efficiently allocate scarce resources in the health sector

1000minds is excited to offer a new webinar for health professionals, administrators, and policy-makers based in the western hemisphere

Webinar: How to fairly and efficiently allocate scarce resources in the health sector
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1000minds is excited to offer a new webinar for health professionals, administrators, and policy-makers based in the western hemisphere (because of time zones).

“Tough decisions in the health sector: how to fairly and efficiently allocate scarce resources” will teach you how to use Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) to tackle complex decision-making and prioritization applications in the health sector. 

Examples of applications include: patient prioritization, allocating funding for new health technologies, disease classification and diagnosis, prioritizing antibiotic-resistant diseases for drug R&D, and COVID-related prioritization applications. 

The methods taught in this webinar have been used by institutions around the world, such as the World Health Organization, New Zealand’s Ministry of Health, and the public health systems of Canada’s western provinces. 

Who is this webinar for?

The webinar is geared towards people in the health sector who are new to or unfamiliar with MCDA and 1000minds, or those already familiar with the software who would like to extend their capabilities.

When will this webinar take place?

The webinar will take place on April 29, 2020 at 12:00PM Pacific time. A recording will also be available for those who are unable to attend this session.

How do I register?

Simply click here to register, and enter your name and email address.

We look forward to seeing you!

Have confidence in your decisions

1000minds has 20 years’ experience working with clinicians and researchers to create valid and reliable systems for healthcare decision-making, including prioritizing patients for elective services, health technology prioritization, disease classification, disease R&D targeting, health preferences research, and more. See our health sector success stories.

The ‘secret spice’ behind our innovative approach is our award-winning, patented PAPRIKA method for conjoint analysis and multi-criteria decision-making (MCDM).

Curious about how 1000minds can help you? Sign up for our free trial or book a demo with our friendly team today.  

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