Stergachis Family Endowed Director
The Comparative Health Outcomes, Policy, and Economics (CHOICE) Institute
Professor of Health Economics
Departments of Pharmacy, Health Services, and Economics University of Washington, Seattle
I am a health economist and a statistician who specializes in research on comparative and cost effectiveness analyses, causal inference methods, program evaluation, and outcomes research. I am a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and a Fellow of the American Statistical Association. I was one of the panelists for the Second Panel on the Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Health and Medicine.
"A conversation including 39 questions with Anirban Basu"
- James O'Malley & Aasthaa Bansal.
I study heterogeneity in clinical and economic outcomes, micro behavior with respect to heterogeneous information, and the value of individualized care. I teach topics in health economics, decision analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, and health services research methods.
My work on the importance of understanding heterogeneity in economic and health outcomes.
- Basu A. Medical Decision Making 2009
- Basu A. Journal of Health Economics 2011
- Basu A et al. Journal of Health Economics 2011
- Basu A. Statistics in Medicine 2012
- Basu A. Forum for Health Economics & Policy 2013
- Basu A. Journal of Health Economics 2015
Here is a collection of R Shiny-based decision-making tools that I have developed. More to come....
Here is a collection of commands to run statistical/econometric analyses with real-world that I have developed. More to come....