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JHEOR's open access policy allows maximum visibility of articles published in the journal as they are available to a global audience. Popular, frequently accessed articles are tracked on JHEOR's home page.
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JHEOR offers fast but rigourous double-blind peer review within 1 week of receipt of your manuscript, and publication as early as 24 hours after acceptance. All articles must be submitted online, and peer review is managed electronically. Articles are published immediately with their final citation.
Online publication in JHEOR gives authors the opportunity to publish large datasets, large numbers of color illustrations and moving pictures, to display data in a form that can be read directly by other software packages so as to allow readers to manipulate the data for themselves, and to create all relevant links (i.e. to relevant databases and papers).
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The Journal of Health Economics and Outcomes Research (JHEOR) is an international high-quality journal covering all fields and methodologies related to health economics and outcomes research. Manuscripts with topics ranging from theory and methodology to international studies and analyses with a health economic or outcomes research focus in a wide variety of therapeutic areas will be considered for publication.
The mission of JHEOR is to combine the highest academic standards using peer review and a speedy publication process commensurate with the productivity of the industry. JHEOR aims to contribute to the development of methodological standards in the field with rapid publication, validated by rigorous peer view.
Theoretical models and empirical studies from any therapeutic area are accepted. In particular, articles related to comparative effectiveness research, health technology assessments, economic evaluations, meta-analysis, literature research, patient-reported outcomes, preference-based assessments and health policy analyses are welcome. Reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of the field, JHEOR will foster communication within communities such as social and behavioral sciences, economists, statisticians, epidemiologists, health care providers and policy makers.
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Onur Baser, PhD, MS
Center for Innovation & Outcomes Research
Department of Surgery
Columbia University, New York, NY
Dr. Baser is an Associate Professor of Surgery at Columbia University, Professor of Economics and Adjunct Professor of Internal Medicine at The University of Michigan. His work in the field of propensity score matching was one of the first applications of econometric techniques in outcomes research to provide guidelines for choosing among different types of matching techniques. Dr. Baser created the ProbChoice™, SIFRA™, CompQual™, NatWeight™, SES Score™, and SAMPSIZE™ algorithms. His co-authored work created a composite score, which is used by the National Institute of Health to profile U.S. hospitals. He adopted a weight mechanism to create national representative data sets using private insurance databases.
Dr. Baser is a frequent speaker at international conferences. In recent years, he has taught the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics Outcomes Research (ISPOR) pre-conference short courses on “Modeling using Real-world Data”. Dr. Baser was also selected as a professor for the distance learning program by the same society, and served as co-chair of the ISPOR research review committee.
Dr Baser’s webinars on estimating health care cost models, comparison of propensity score matching techniques and selection bias issues in outcomes research attract researchers from a wide variety of disciplines and institutions. He also serves as a litigation expert on statistical issues. Dr. Baser authored more than 400 worldwide presentations and publications, and contributed to several book chapters. His book on the estimation of health care costs was published in April 2012.
Cem Akin, MD, PhD
Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA
Ayse Akincigil, PhD
Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA
Rafael Alfonso, MD, MSc
University of Washington, Washington, USA
Rajesh Balkrishnan, PhD
The University of Michigan, Michigan, USA
Patricia Coelho de Soarez, MPH, PhD
Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Pinar Karaca-Mandic, PhD
University of Minnesota, Minnesota, USA
Eui-Kyung Lee, PhD
Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, South Korea
Vivian WY Lee, BSc, PharmD, BCPS
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Shu Chuen Li, PhD, MBA, MSc
University of Newcastle, Australia
Nan Luo, PhD
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Zhehui Luo, PhD, MS
Michigan State University, Michigan, USA
Elda Pema, PhD
Naval Postgraduate School, California, USA
Facunda Sepulveda, PhD
Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Santiago, Chile
Nilay Shah, PhD
Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, USA
Hua Wang, PhD
Cornell University, New York, USA
Huseyin Yuce, MS, PhD
City University of New York, New York, USA