An NIA-funded center for developing better models to assess the impact of aging on health, health spending and health care delivery sponsored by the Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics.
Goldman et al. publish new study in January Health Affairs demonstrating that extending the data exclusivity term for conventional drugs would positively impact innovation, longevity and social welfare.
Anupam Jena, M.D. and Dana Goldman, Ph.D. analyzed 1.4 million insurance records of men over 40 and found that those who used ED drugs were more likely to have STDs than non-users. Results suggest counseling on safer sex practices important for older men.
For TIME, Dana Goldman et al. use their innovative Future Elderly Model to simulate an hypothetical long-life pill, getting dramatic economic and health spending results.
USC & RAND Economists Win Garfield Prize
USC & RAND Economists Win Garfield Prize Darius Lakdawalla and his co-authors received the 2009 Eugene Garfield Economic Impact on Medical and Health Research award for their study on how methods to lower drug prices affect medical innovation and, ultimately,...