The Center for the Evaluation of Value and Risk in Health (CEVR) is a member of the Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies at Tufts Medical Center, Boston. The mission of CEVR is to analyze the benefits, risks, and costs of strategies to improve health and health care and to communicate the findings to clinicians and policymakers. We undertake scientific research projects, advance methods development for the field, train the next generation of practitioners and users, and work with policymakers worldwide to develop reasoned policy solutions.
About the CEVR
CEVR researchers bring experience in economics and decision analysis to a host of clinical and public health policy issues. The work encompasses formal cost-effectiveness analysis and related techniques, as well as policy research and analysis pertaining to resource allocation. Our work has enabled us to develop unique databases to help measure and communicate the clinical and economic value of health care strategies.
The CEVR was established in December 2005 by Peter Neumann, ScD (Director) and Joshua Cohen, PhD (Deputy Director) to focus on issues pertaining to value, cost-effectiveness, and risk tradeoffs in healthcare decisions.