The Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE) is a national and international leader in health economics, health services and health policy research. CHERE was established in 1991 and has a long established reputation for excellence in research with impact, policy engagement and capacity building in health economics. CHERE is a Centre within the UTS Business School.
CHERE’s research aims to enhance performance and to improve health outcomes and value for money within the health system. The Centre has extensive experience in evaluating health services, programs and technologies, in analysing the drivers of health system behaviour and performance, and in assessing the effectiveness of policy initiatives. CHERE’s research draws on the Centre’s expertise in the development of cutting edge methods in health economics, health econometrics, economic evaluation, health technology assessment and discrete choice experiments.