Generated for all patient healthcare encounters, administrative claims constitute a good source of information for the assessment of healthcare interventions, drugs for instances, from several perspectives including their delivery, effectiveness, safety and cost in a real-world context. Though administrative claims usually used for research, they are primarily designed for billing purposes. As a result, challenges arise when using large/administrative claims databases for research, beyond those related to the nature of cost data.
An Introduction to Cost Analysis Methods using Large/Administrative Claims DatabasesC T2023-02-12T05:22:35-05:00
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