Thomas G. Poder, Ph. D.

Thomas G. PoderInvestigator
Health: Populations, Organization, Practices Axis
Centre de recherche du CHUS

Adjunct Professor
Department of Economics, École de gestion

Department of family medicine and emergency medicine, FMSS | Université de Sherbrooke

Cadre-conseil en évaluation des technologies
Unité d’évaluation des technologies et des modes d’intervention en santé (UÉTMIS)

Direction administrative de la recherche (DAR)
CIUSSS de l'Estrie – CHUS

Contact Information
Phone | 819 346-1110 ext. 13496
E-Mail | Thomas.Poder@USherbrooke.ca       

Research Relevance

Health technology assessment

Investigator Thomas G. Poder holds a Ph.D. in economics and is specialized in cost-benefit analysis. At the Centre de recherche du CHUS he is interested in issues of effectiveness of new medical technologies and new ways of organizing care, as well as the efficiency of their use. In this regard, he is interested in evaluating technologies such as implantable Doppler or cooling helmet, as well as the development of interdisciplinary practice. Doctor Poder is also working to develop the measurement of quality of life of patients (QALY), to study the determinants of their health and to value the benefits of medical interventions.

                                                     

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Representative Achievements

  • Editor in chief of International Journal of Health Preference Research et International Journal of Hospital-Based HTA
  • Poder T.G., C.R.C. Kouakou, P-A. Bouchard, V. Tremblay, S. Blais, F. Maltais, F. Lellouche. (2018). Cost-Effectiveness of FreeO2 in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Patients Hospitalized for Acute Exacerbations: Analysis of a Pilot Study in Quebec. BMJ Open 8:e018835
  • Poder T.G. et J. He.(2016). Willingness to pay and the sensitivity of willingness to pay for interdisciplinary musculoskeletal clinics: a contingent valuation study in Quebec, Canada. International Journal of Health Economics and Management 16:337-361
  • Poder T.G. et P-H. Fortier. (2013). Implantable Doppler in Monitoring Free Flaps: A Cost-effectiveness Analysis Based on a Systematic Review of the Literature. European Annals of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck diseases, 130, 79-85
  • Poder T.G., S.K. Bédard et C. Larivière. (2012). La mesure de l’interdisciplinarité en pratique clinique : Le questionnaire IPC65. UETMIS-CHUS
  • Poder T.G. et J. He. (2011). How Can Sanitary Infrastructures Reduce Child Malnutrition and Health Inequalities? Evidence from Guatemala. Journal of Development Effectiveness, Vol 3, N°4, pp. 543-566

                              

Know-How & Opportunities for Collaboration

  • Systematic review and meta-analysis
  • Cost-effectiveness, cost-utility and cost-benefit analysis
  • Contingent valuation, propensity matching score and choice experiment method

                           

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