This release is highlighted by a new Hazard Functionality, Sensitivity Analysis on Tables and redesigned Help Documentation.

  • Easily run sensitivity analysis on time-dependent data
    • Setting up your model to run sensitivity analysis on values that change over time required significant manual steps and can lead to errors.
    • This wizard saves you time by automatically expanding your time-dependent table data for uncertainty ranges to support sensitivity analysis.
  • Apply fundamental health risks in your model using Hazards
    • Hazards represent patient risk of health events (like progression or death), and this risk can change over time. You can more accurately model disease progression using hazards.
    • Kaplan-Meier survival source data can immediately be converted to hazards to generate the risk profiles you need in your model. You can also edit and extend the hazard data to project data further into the future.
    • Watch webinars for a look at the new functions, including…
    • Calculating Hazards from Survival Data
      Convert survival data to hazards for additional flexibility related to modeling with health risks. Also convert to validate model results to ensure that they accurately represent health risks.
    • Editing and Extending a Hazard Table
      Use the hazard table editor to modify hazards and examine how the risk changes affect survival.
    • Using Hazards in a PartSA Model *
      Integrate hazards into a Partitioned Survival model by defining survival using hazard functions.
    • Using Hazards in a DES Model *
      Integrate hazards into a Discrete Event Simulation model using a HazardTable or HazardExpression distribution for time-to-event.
    • Using Hazards in a Markov Model
      Integrate hazards into a Markov model by calculating event probabilities based on changing hazards/risks over time.
    • Sensitivity Analysis with Hazards
      Apply sensitivity analysis to hazard tables.
    • Survival Curve and Hazard Curve Graphs
      Generate Hazard Curve graphs as well as Survival Curve graphs for the survival curve nodes (i.e., PFS, OS) in your model.
    • Plot Distribution Survival and Hazards
      New control in the Distributions View allows you to plot survival and hazards from survival-related distributions. Both survival and hazards can be exported to tables.
  • Export Survival Data to a Table
    Export survival data from Markov Cohort Analysis Output to a survival table. You can then convert it to hazards to assess/validate risk in your model.
  • New Help Documentation
    TreeAge Pro Healthcare product documentation has been rewritten in a new browser-enabled format. This allows you view help in open multiple tabs of a separate browser window while working with TreeAge Pro.

TreeAge Pro 2023 R2 is available to perpetual license holders that have a valid support contract and to annual license holders that have a valid license. Some features are not available on all license types and may require an active Support Contract for perpetual license holders.

* Features require active Maintenance.