Two-way Sensitivity Analysis

Definition

Health Economics

  • A two-way sensitivity analysis systematically examines the impact of pairs of variables in a cost-effectiveness analysis (or similar) by varying them across a plausible range of values and combinations with all other variables constant at their baseline value. Varying more than two becomes rather complicated and is termed 'multi-way sensitivity analysis'.
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