Survival analysis is a key analytical method in health economics and has a long history in biomedical application. Survival analysis differs from logistic regression in which risk factors are evaluated as to how they relate to the presence or absence of disease. With survival analysis, risk factors or treatments are studied as to how they impact the time to disease or another event.
CHEORS provides distinctive statistical expertise in conducting survival analysis on the patient-level data obtained from clinical trials. We have highly-experienced statisticians and economists who tailor their consultation to clients’ individual needs predicting future outcomes based upon present-known facts using parametric statistical distributions.