Economic Evaluation Methods

We enhance and disseminate economic research methods and tools to support the adoption and sustainability of evidence-based substance use disorder interventions.

Although there are well-established frameworks for conducting economic evaluations, such as cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis, the methods are often applied inconsistently across studies. Furthermore, economic evaluation procedures and frameworks must be adapted over time to address the ever-changing demands of substance use research.


Engage with CHERISH

Submit a Consultation Request or Contact Us to learn more about how CHERISH can support your research or policy goals.