Peer Review

Articles submitted to CHP are subject to formal review and critique by CHP editorial staff, CHPI affiliated researchers and independent external experts in health economics and health policy, representing diverse perspectives. CHP review is a double-blind process whenever possible, meaning that it is preferred that the author(s) not be identified to the reviewers, nor that the reviewers be identified to the author(s). CHP editorial staff manage the review process as neutral referees. Published research is ultimately open to intellectual debate, scholarly scrutiny, critical examination, empirical verification and methodological replication to assess and confirm its accuracy and validity.