The Center for Health Decision Science aims to inform policies and practices in health by systematically integrating scientific evidence with explicit consideration of individual and societal values for critical outcomes including mortality, quality of life, and cost. While most fields of research focus on producing new knowledge, decision science is uniquely concerned with making good choices based on available information, and in the presence of uncertainty, complexity, competing values, and tradeoffs. Learn more »
Research to advance decision science methods and applications.
Teaching and training scholars and practitioners in cutting-edge decision science techniques.
Enabling the real-world impact of health decision science research to affect clinical and public health policy and practice.