In last week’s post, I argued that observed over expected analysis (O/E) was commonly misused as a method for doing “level playing field” performance comparisons.
Observed over expected (O/E) analysis is commonly misapplied to performance comparisons. Please don’t.
A few years ago, I had a shocking and enlightening discussion about analytic methods with a group of epidemiologists and biostatisticians from Blue Cross Blue
The 5th Annual Predictive Modeling Summit is described by conference organizers as the “leading forum on predictive analytics applied to key health care functions, settings
Klar 3: The necessity of re-qualifying the population to avoid regression-toward-the-mean bias in historical comparison groups
Ron Klar, MD, MPH is a health care consultant with a long history of involvement in federal health care policy and health plan innovation. He