A health economic model is a conceptual, mathematical and computational representation of systems relating to human health that can be used to help solve economic problems.
Some computational models are implemented by combining self-contained, reusable components called “modules”.
A ready4 modelling project develops a computational model, adds data and runs analyses.
Some core concepts relating to reproducible research have multiple conflicting definitions - this is how we use them.
Some models have the potential to be used in multiple contexts - but will often need adaptation for this to be appropriate.