Thomson Reuters

The Thomson Reuters Research Division specializes in health economics, health policy, and health services research; healthcare database development; and quality of care review. In both public and private sectors, Thomson Reuters has developed a reputation for rigorous data development and analytical work that meets the highest professional standards. The Healthcare division of Thomson Reuters employs over 2,000 individuals and the Research Division is home to over 160 experts in health services research, economics, applied social sciences, planning, administration, epidemiology, clinical medicine, operations research, statistics, survey design, medical records review, computer science, and computer-based information systems.

Thomson Reuters has a long history of conducting applied research on the clinical, economic, and psychological effectiveness of interventions aimed at improving health. These assessments have focused on programmatic interventions in a wide variety of settings applying a broad spectrum of research methodologies and data analytic methods to evaluate the appropriateness and cost effectiveness of programs. The company’s work encompasses econometric modeling, prospective data collection, retrospective data analysis, and clinical assessment of evidence-based practices.

The Healthcare business of Thomson Reuters is a part of Thomson Reuters, a provider of value-added information, software tools and applications to professionals in the fields of healthcare, law, tax, accounting, scientific research, and financial services.