Content Includes:

  • More than 47,500 rigorously-selected records and bibliographies from databases such as MEDLINE® and EMBASE
  • Data from over 5,000 journals, including Health Economics
  • Over 7,200 abstracts from evaluations appearing in peer-reviewed journals
  • Monthly updates add approximately 250 new references to the database on average
HEED: Health Economic Evaluations Database

Providing comparative analysis of costs and consequences about medicines and other healthcare interventions for informed decision-making

HEED: Health Economic Evaluations Database, produced by Wiley, was initially developed as a joint initiative between the Office of Health Economics (OHE) and the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations (IFPMA).

This international database contains information on studies of cost-effectiveness and other forms of economic evaluation of medicines and other treatments, as well as medical interventions, from around the world. HEED also includes, in bibliographic detail, entries from the Wellcome and Battelle databases of economic evaluation literature.

Reliable Content Determined by Industry Professionals

Designed by health economists for health economists, the HEED selection process ensures that users will find comprehensive coverage of economic evaluations. With content that is updated monthly, HEED provides the right quality and quantity of information, presented in an easily discoverable format, removing the requirement for users to scan long lists from online database printouts. 

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