The COVID-19 Multi-model Comparison Collaboration (CMCC) is a unique initiative that provides guidance and standards for policy use of COVID-19 models.
COVID-19 has probably been the single most researched topic in history. The production of scientific knowledge is unprecedented in its scale and speed: at its peak, about 2,400 papers were published each week on COVID (across all disciplines) (see Collabovid.org). We nearly now reached 80,000 pre-prints and peer reviewed papers. On top of this, we need to add the reports, working papers and news articles. We have put together a repository for health economics. Learn about how we identified, screened and logged in this research.
A link to an interesting resource “Integrating economic and health evidence to inform Covid-19 policy in low- and middle- income countries: a narrative literature review”
To date, the field of health economics has been largely missing from this growing literature, yet it is an essential piece for evidence based decision-making. We discuss in this piece in which ways health economics can help decision-makers, and why health economics research and use needs to be scaled up.